The IT Pro Podcast: Is the future multi-cloud?
We discuss the rise of multi-cloud, what it means for businesses, and which providers don't like to share
Cloud computing is obviously here to stay; the economic benefits and improved flexibility of cloud architectures are well-documented, but more and more companies are choosing to move to multi-cloud architectures, rather than relying on a single provider.
In this episode, Adam and Jane are joined by staff writer Bobby Hellard to look at the growing multi-cloud trend, including what makes a solid multi-cloud architecture, why it’s growing so quickly and the benefits it can have for businesses, as well as looking ahead to AWS’ annual conference and what role (if any) multi-cloud is likely to play in its plans.
Elsewhere, we talk about why the Conservative party has resurrected its 2025 full-fibre pledge, Tim Berners-Lee’s efforts to fix the internet and whether facial recognition can save Uber’s London operations.
Conservative broadband plans
Tim Berners-Lee wants to fix the internet
Uber loses its London operating licence
Transform the operator experience with enhanced automation & analytics
Bring networking into the digital eraDownload now
Artificially intelligent data centres
How the C-Suite is embracing continuous change to drive valueDownload now
Deliver secure automated multicloud for containers with Red Hat and Juniper
Learn how to get started with the multicloud enabler from Red Hat and JuniperDownload now
Get the best out of your workforce
7 steps to unleashing their true potential with robotic process automationDownload now