The advent of multicloud
So, fellow technology professionals, you have no doubt probably encountered the term multicloud. Let’s take a look at how that might be leveraged for legacy modernization. To be clear, multicloud refers to the practice of employing multiple cloud service providers to host different parts, or the same part, of your infrastructure or applications. It involves distributing workloads across multiple cloud environments, such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, or others, rather than relying on a single provider.
This is a growing trend in cloud computing. I have seen it used typically for customers who want to provide a failover region in another cloud provider. But there are other scenarios as well.
In the context of legacy modernization, multicloud can play a role in achieving a more flexible and resilient architecture. It allows you to leverage the strengths and capabilities of different cloud providers while reducing vendor lock-in and increasing...