Much like the heterogeneous environments in the data center, customers are increasingly choosing multiple clouds as they recognize that different vendors have different areas of strength. In fact, multicloud is a very common trend with 85% of enterprises reporting the use of multiple cloud services. This might even include IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS from multiple vendors.
How do IT teams make this work best when different configurations and resource needs are competing with each other within the same network? Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can be a robust foundational element of a multicloud setup. Whether you're migrating from a traditional data center or a different cloud provider, move for a more compatible, more stable multicloud with flexible configurations.
Join this webcast to explore how Oracle:
- Mitigates risk by limiting exposure to single vendor (aka vendor lock-in)
- Enables customers to gain interoperability, consistency, accessibility, and portability
- Supports customers to choose the service that best suits business needs, even if from a different vendor (or cloud platform)