A remote workforce is becoming more prevalent as digital transformation takes place in many industries globally. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated organisations’ shift from on-site to online operations and transactions.
Cloud computing has become a vital enabler for companies of any size to reduce their reliance on on-prem technologies, ensure continuity and take advantage of the cloud’s connectivity, scale and cost-effectiveness to carry out business in a more agile manner.
Instead of putting all their eggs in one basket, enterprises are also finding more value in employing services from multiple cloud vendors depending on their specific use case requirements. It may sound costly on the surface but seeing the bigger picture, this approach has plenty of benefits. For example, it provides greater business resilience, flexibility and scalability as well as reduces the risk of provider lock-in, downtime and data loss.
On top of all that, a well thought out multi-cloud strategy can also future-proof your business. With a modern and robust, multi-cloud-ready IT architecture in place, you can be confident that your data and operations will continue to be up and running regardless of any future adversities or crises.
From 30th September to 1st October, the VMworld 2020 virtual conference titled will be taking place and one of the key topics to be discussed is the best practices of ensuring multi-cloud success. During the event, VMware will explore how you can:
Build, run, manage, connect and protect your applications across any cloud.
Deploy consistent and scalable infrastructure with VMware Cloud Foundation everywhere, including on hyperscale cloud platforms and VMware Cloud Provider Partners.
Modernise infrastructure with Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) powered by VMware vSAN architecture.
Build and deliver profitable services as a VMware cloud provider.
In essence, the session will be about achieving visibility across AWS, Azure, Google and Oracle public clouds; Kubernetes and VMware-based private and hybrid clouds and optimising costs, managing security and compliance and streamlining operations including services native to the public cloud.
Featured speakers from VMware’s roster of experts will discuss these topics and more – including Kit Colbert, CTO of Cloud Platform Business Unit, Joe Kinsella, CTO and Vice President of CloudHealth and Raghu Raghuram, COO of Products and Cloud Services.
This track is essential for businesses that are looking to accelerate their cloud journey. Click here to register and attend the multi-cloud track on the VMworld conference.