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Gartner predicts public cloud revenue will grow 6.3% just in 2020 for a total revenue close to $258 billion U.S., up $15 billion from last year (!). 

It’s clear that multicloud and hybrid cloud approaches are not just the future, they’re the current state of affairs. The cloud no doubt brings about agility, elasticity, and speed, enabling businesses to pivot to new market opportunities, focus on core operations, boost productivity and reduce cost. But, as exciting as public clouds are, if not managed optimally, incorporating cloud strategies can also result in wasted time, money, and computing capacity.

In this whitepaper, we’ll discuss: 

  • Why enterprises are adopting a hybrid and/or multicloud strategy to meet their cloud computing needs, taking into account features and capabilities from different cloud providers
  • The challenges of a hybrid and/or multicloud approach, including vendor-lock in, developer tooling and application capabilities within a specific cloud, and concerns around regulation, compliance and data protection
  • How your organization can take advantage of GigaSpaces InsightEdge Smart ODS and Red Hat Openshift cloud-native capabilities to easily and successfully move your applications to the cloud 

It’s crucial for organizations to stay ahead with insight into cloud usage trends and strategies, so get your copy of this whitepaper.