Hybrid cloud operations focus on consistent management of a common infrastructure layer based on technology deployed across clouds. Multi-cloud operations involve consistent management of two or more clouds that don’t have consistent infrastructure.
Yes. VMware multi-cloud solutions are designed to help manage workloads that run on the native infrastructure of public clouds like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. They can also help manage a hybrid or multi-cloud scenario that includes consistent infrastructure based on VMware technologies, running alongside natively deployed workloads in the cloud.
Management across a multi-cloud environment can be a challenge for organizations, as well as increased costs and protecting workloads. Improving operational governance and automating core processes are also high priorities to solve.
A Cloud Operating Model describes the people, process and technology changes required to evolve an organization and effectively manage your cloud services.
Successful digital transformations typically require a business strategy, an app strategy, and a cloud strategy with a Cloud Operating Model that binds them together. Most challenges come when the Cloud Operating Model is skipped.
In this IDC Technology Spotlight, learn how to enable a successful cloud operating model that drives organizational alignment and business outcomes.