Discover how a consistent multi-cloud strategy is powering innovation at enterprises like yours
Over the past decade, cloud computing has grown to become an integral part of the enterprise IT environment. But this growth has also introduced new challenges. Driven by business strategy and technical requirements, enterprises are now deploying workloads across multiple public, private, and edge cloud platforms.
On the one hand, the approach of using multiple cloud platforms — often referred to as a multi-cloud strategy — enables enterprises to choose best-of-breed solutions for their workloads, optimally deploy business-critical and next-generation workloads, and successfully navigate digital transformation (DX).
On the other hand, multi-cloud strategies have also increased the level of fragmentation within organizations. This includes differences between private and native public cloud environments, as well as the differences between the multiple major public cloud service ecosystems.
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This white paper is an analysis of the TCO of the new paradigm that’s being studied and adopted by enterprises: the consistent hybrid cloud.
The analysis is based on the cost of operations of the Dell Technologies Cloud compared with running workloads natively on a leading public cloud service provider.