Facing multicloud complexity, enterprises need to take control of infrastructure
451 Research cites we are seeing enterprises move some workloads and data out of the cloud and into colocation environments, private clouds, and on-premises infrastructure, with cost as the usual motivator—but the cloud’s promised savings on infrastructure costs are not always realized, with jumping operational costs to meet the upkeep requirements of the complex public cloud machine.
451 Research shares the business impacts of multicloud complexity
Read the report to learn more about how enterprises can use the cloud but take back control over infrastructure with an out-of-cloud presence, including:
- The impact today’s cloud connectivity landscape has on organizations
- How companies can consolidate control of multicloud networking
- Ways in which organizations can best exploit their options
- A look ahead at the future of networking in the face of multicloud complexity
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Burst usage and egress fees can lead to unpleasant surprises on the cloud bill. Budget management all comes down to control. With hybrid multicloud established as the norm, enterprises need flexible connectivity and a single point of control with on-demand connections. Having a partner that can flex along with you is critical. Learn more!