What Multi-Cloud Means for Managed Services
Multi-cloud environments have quickly become the new normal, and hybrid cloud is now an inevitability for many enterprises. RightScale reports that cloud users are running their applications in an average of 1.8 public clouds and 2.3 private ones. It’s not hard to see why; the market has evolved to offer robust cloud offerings, including object storage systems that can be deployed in the hybrid cloud as easily as on-premises, in multiple sites or as a service.
Enterprises want on-prem-level performance, flexibility and security, but with cloud economics. A hybrid approach is essential to meeting that challenge, and it creates a path for scalability. This is one reason why we’ve partnered with ClearSky Data as it extends multi-cloud support for public and private cloud environments.
As announced today, ClearSky and Cloudian connect managed service providers (MSPs) and their enterprise clients with better capabilities and lower costs than public clouds. We’re helping MSPs move their customers down the path toward reaching their hybrid IT objectives.
Read the entire article here, What Multi-Cloud Means for Managed Services
via the fine folks at ClearSky Data.