A Guide to Simplifying Enterprise Cloud Networking
Public cloud adoption is rapidly accelerating.
According to Gartner, worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 18.4% in 2021 to total $304.9 billion, up from $257.5 billion in 2020.
On top of this, the proportion of enterprise IT spending that is shifting to cloud is on the rise due to COVID-19, with cloud projected to make up 14.2% of the total global enterprise IT spending market in 2024, up from 9.1% in 2020.
With enterprises increasingly use any and every cloud provider to achieve the full flexibility and benefits of the cloud, they need to understand how to connect their clouds and unleash their full potential.
Some enterprises still follow the ‘lift and shift’ approach, building their cloud deployments the same way as they were doing for years in the on prem world. This is preventing enterprises from really benefitting from the scalable cloud model.
In order for them to achieve the expected return on investment (ROI), they need to look at the simplest model for connecting multiple clouds, distributing resources, mitigating downtime and minimising data loss risk.
In this e-Guide, you’ll learn:
- Drivers of a Multi-cloud model
- Challenges faced by enterprises
- Why Multi-cloud and what does an ideal strategy look like
- About Epsilon Cloud networking
- Technical use cases
- The future of enterprises and Multi-cloud