Manage your multi-cloud environment
It can be complicated managing a multi-cloud environment, so BT is providing a free ebook of tips to help you manage the risks and rewards
You may find it difficult if you try to manage multi-cloud in the same way as you do your traditional IT. If you do, you may end up with inefficient designs, resulting in issues, such as bill shock.
And pursuing a cloud-only approach may cause you problems. Not all your apps and traditional IT will work in the cloud. This is where a dynamic, hybrid environment can help you. But it does come with added complexity.
For example, to deliver true multi-cloud benefits, you need new processes and people with the skills and experience across network, data centres and security. This talent is not only hard to find, it’s also hard to retain.
Also, don’t fall into the trap of believing that just because your proof of concept cloud deployment works as expected, it will be the same once you scale it.
We can give you end-to-end visibility of your IT infrastructure, as well as the ability to configure optimal solutions for your different lines of business or geographies - from IP address management to disaster recovery to cost optimisation. With our support, you can have the right network, security and operational processes in place to more efficiently manage your cloud solutions and deliver a great experience to your users.
Or read their report 'SD-WAN is the cornerstone of network transformation' here
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