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Multi-cloud

Webinar Replay: How to Prepare for the Future of Multi-Cloud

Expedient
Read Time 1 min.

The reality of adopting and preparing for multi-cloud initiatives is far more complex than a simple “lift and shift”. Aligning cloud vision between different lines of business all play a part in facilitating successful multi-cloud initiatives. This brief webinar replay covers: Hybrid vs. multi-cloud design considerations Discovering your cloud-native journey How to manage executive/leadership buy-in Technology: re-host, re-platform, or...

451 Research - Cloud Trends in 2020: The Year of Complexity and it's management

Expedient
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Managing the complexity of hybrid, cloud-native and multi-cloud is the next battleground as the cloud space continues to evolve. Enterprise workloads are on the move, and they’re transforming. The winners will be those that can deliver both integration and innovation.

Homes.com Consolidates and Migrates Business Critical Applications to Expedient Enterprise Cloud

Expedient
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Homes.com selected Expedient to improve its IT infrastructure and establish a reliable disaster recovery plan after experiencing rising costs with incumbent providers and realizing its vulnerability to downtime. The Expedient solution, comprised of Expedient Enterprise Cloud, Push Button DR, Cloud Storage, as well as a host of complementary managed services and multi-cloud enablement solutions, has demonstrated a 20% reduction...

Hyperscale or Enterprise Cloud? Let Your Applications Decide – Part 2

Doug Theis
Read Time 4 min.

Hyperscale vs. Enterprise Cloud This is the second installment of a two-part blog post on the difference between “smart” and “dumb” applications. Part 2 covers the characteristics of “dumb applications” that are best suited to run on “smart hardware.” To learn more about “smart applications” (aka cloud native applications) running on “dumb hardware,” read Part 1. Dumb...

Hyperscale or Enterprise Cloud? Let Your Applications Decide – Part I

Doug Theis
Read Time 6 min.

Hyperscale vs. Enterprise Cloud While many think buying cloud services is as easy as choosing between AWS or Azure, educated buyers explore all the options – both hyperscale and enterprise clouds - and choose the environment that will maximize application performance while optimizing cloud spend. Often, this best-of-breed approach leads to complex multi-cloud and hybrid IT environments that...