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Choosing the right cloud provider, that meets your requirements at the right price can be a daunting task. We’ve seen too many make the wrong choices. In this webinar, we will guide you through the things to think about when executing a cloud strategy and how to avoid the pitfalls. Is there a better way to do things? We think so.
Some things you'll learn in this webinar:
Not all clouds are created equal. How to choose the best cloud(s) for your companies needs
How to estimate your bandwidth
How to avoid sticker shock and leverage the best value
Everyday, more and more organizations adopt cloud solutions to address their IT needs. Since every cloud provider has unique strengths and weaknesses, it is becoming increasingly common for businesses to implement a variety of cloud solutions from several different providers.
A multi-cloud management platform is a SaaS (software-as-a-service) application that enables users to manage workloads and applications across multiple cloud providers and different cloud deployment models (public, private, and hybrid). Choosing the right IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and PaaS (Platform-as-a-service) providers for your organization can be daunting and confusing.
In this webinar, we will explore the top six features of a Multi-Cloud Management platform and how they can help your organization succeed in today's digital world.
The digitization of businesses and the way that IT supports the needs of these businesses has changed significantly over time. Today, different IT workloads can be deployed on different types of cloud services, depending upon the business requirements. As a result, many IT departments are moving their infrastructure to the cloud and multi-cloud virtual environments. A multi-cloud management platform allows enterprises to manage workloads and applications across all cloud deployment models, including public, private, and hybrid. Using the right platform for this workload enables enterprises to drive favorable business results. The multi-cloud approach facilitates transition to the IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) model, where IT departments act as service brokers and support organizations in optimizing their IT infrastructure consumption. In this webinar, we'll discuss the key features of a multi-cloud management platform and also discuss the benefits, challenges, and opportunities in the existing market.