It’s no surprise that the cloud is highly utilized in the enterprise for everything from workloads to failover to DevOps. According to a 2018 State of the Cloud Survey, multi-cloud adoption has arrived —81 percent of respondents currently use a multi-cloud strategy, and organizations leverage almost five clouds on average. To stay ahead of the curve, CIOs need to implement a multi-cloud strategy sooner than later.
We can and should learn from our past mistakes. When public cloud first came into existence, everyone saw it as suitable only for small-scale enterprises with a multitude of issues ranging from cumbersome IT workflows and budgeting nightmares to widespread security concerns. Nowadays, it is safe to say that if you are not using public cloud in some form, you are years behind your competitors.