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It’s rightly said, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” and the same goes right when it comes to the cloud platform. Distribution of workloads across different clouds enhances both performance and productivity.

So, the idea is to unlock that deadbolt and move on to a multi-cloud platform that is agile, flexible and cognitively managed, but how to cherry-pick the apt one?

As businesses race for their pie in the market, multi-cloud architecture remains the key to success with performance optimization, security, removal of vendor lock-in among other benefits. But concerns such as cost, applications modernization loom large.

According to IDC, over 85% of businesses are resorting to a multi-cloud architecture and look forward to a migration strategy that gels well with the current platform with no business disruption, security concerns or performance issues. The migrations should use standard processes, tools and automation that help to reduce costs, improve reliability and productivity in a pay-as-you-go model.

To learn more about multi-cloud migration strategy and to know how to choose the right multi-cloud platform, join the Economic Times live webinar ‘Embarking on Multi-Cloud Migration Journey’. Migrate to any cloud — AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud or another — smoothly and efficiently with IBM Hybrid Cloud Migration.

Key Takeaways:

  • Reasons to move to a multicloud architecture: Get the best of all cloud platforms
  • Multicloud approach and management: Agile, flexible and cognitively managed
  • Cloud Innovate Methodology: A streamlined approach for strategy to implementation

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Economic Times – ET Edge Insights, its management, or its members

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