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Making Storage Work Across Hybrid Clouds

December 4, 2017


The two key benefits of a multi-cloud strategy are that it avoids building dependency on a single provider and it allows organizations to find the optimal resource configurations for key applications and services. The problem, however, is that it is not always easy to make data stored on one cloud available to applications hosted in another.

In addition to network concerns and issues related to data migration, most cloud providers often build their storage services around proprietary architectures, all of which adds latency and management overhead to what ideally should be a streamlined, integrated data ecosystem.

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