How to Unlock the Power of Data Availability with Multi-Cloud

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Matt Wallace, CTO, Faction

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In the old cloud model, you're forced to choose between public cloud providers and then pay to recover your data if and when you want to move it. Now your enterprise can be faster, smarter, and more efficient by enabling your data assets to be simultaneously available in multiple cloud environments. Join the webinar to learn about: - How multi-cloud is leveraged across industries such as Media & Entertainment, Oil & Gas, Connected Cars/Autonomous Driving, and Healthcare/Life Science - The benefits of multi-cloud, including faster innovation, more data agility, reduced costs, and happier teams - What’s changing in technology with moves to containers and microservices, increasing cloud adoption, a new wave of hybrid platforms, and how those changes affect multi-cloud strategies - Future-proofing your strategy for enabling your developers and teams
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Successful digital transformation requires a data-first approach to storing, managing and presenting data. As the pioneer of Multi-Cloud Data Services (MCDS), Faction offers the only data-first architecture for simultaneously presenting a single copy of data to your choice of applications and cloud services in multiple public clouds. Faction’s Multi-Cloud Data Services accelerate business outcomes from third-party services including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Business Intelligence (BI), speeding up time to innovation. Our flagship product, Faction Cloud Control Volumes® (CCV), offers highly scalable, cloud-integrated storage that leverages low-latency, high throughput network connections to multiple clouds via our proprietary network fabric, the Faction Internetwork eXchange™ (FIX). Faction MCDS deliver the agility, performance, scalability, security, and data sovereignty necessary to realize the promise of data-driven transformation. To learn more about Faction, visit and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.