Nothing good comes easy. Virtually every company in the mature phase of their multi-cloud journey has experienced unforeseen pitfalls. The benefits companies are gaining by utilizing a combination of public, private, and hybrid clouds are obvious – getting better pricing for cloud services, gaining more workload agility, achieving greater business resilience, to name a few. But most likely more than a few enterprises that have fully adopted a multi-cloud strategy are thinking: “If I had a do-over, I might have done things differently.” If they could go back in time to when they relied heavily on legacy IT systems and on-premises infrastructure, just starting their multi-cloud journey, what would they have liked to have known then?
Let’s look at 10 examples of what would have been helpful to know then:
These 10 examples are tied to good planning. Not only carefully planning the deployment of cloud workloads, but good resiliency planning to keep your cloud data protected. Those enterprises that have the right mix of people, tools, culture, governance, and resiliency planning are best positioned to minimize risk, cost, and complexity on their multi-cloud journey.
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