Public Cloud Repatriation: Which Workload Should Go Where?

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Jo Peterson, Clarify360

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When it comes to enterprise technology, no company wants to be left behind by its competitors or stuck using outdated software. This may explain the sharp rise in cloud adoption over the past few years – even in cases where it wasn’t the best choice. Now, many organizations are realizing that they may have made a mistake and overcommitted to the cloud. According to Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), 60% of companies have repatriated some workloads from the cloud back on-premises. Repatriation doesn’t mean a company has entirely given up on the cloud. Instead, it’s about determining where digital operations will function best. There are advantages and disadvantages to the cloud, but also to on-premise networks. So what are the factors that organizations should consider when deciding which workload goes where? What are some best practices for the repatriation process? In the first 2024 episode of Cloud Cover, Jo Peterson and her panel of expert guests will focus on factors like cost; data sovereignty and privacy regulations; security; and latency. Additionally, the group will share some best practice advice for organizations considering cloud repatriation.
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