What is a Multicloud?

Mutticloud stands for a cloud approach made up of more than 1 cloud service, from more than 1 cloud vendor – public or private. Businesses of all sizes are making a major shift: they are gradually moving their workloads out of their corporate data centers, onto a combination of platforms like VMware, Azure,  AWS, and more.

Adopting a multicloud strategy is often the first step toward a comprehensive digital transformation. But architecting and operating multiple platforms can be highly complex — especially with new tools, apps and features being launched daily. A managed cloud service provider can help you through every stage of this journey — from planning, migrating, optimizing and securing — so you can experience the business-changing results of a transformed IT organization.

Why Multicloud?

Multicloud Expertise with the Power to Transform Your IT


Start by evaluating your infrastructure needs, assessing vulnerabilities and planning for disaster recovery and business continuity.


Identify the data and apps that make sense to migrate to the cloud, and then plan and execute your migration.


Optimize your configuration, so you get the performance, agility and efficiency you need, on the right combination of platforms.


Protect your apps and data from breaches, detect and remediate threats and prevent and mitigate DDoS attacks.

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What’s the difference between multicloud and hybrid cloud?

Multicloud refers to the presence of more than 1 cloud deployment of the same type (public or private), sourced from different vendors. Hybrid cloud refers to the presence of multiple deployment types (public or private) with some form of integration or orchestration between them. A multicloud approach could involve 2 public cloud environments or 2 private cloud environments. A hybrid cloud approach could involve a public cloud environment and a private cloud environment with infrastructure (facilitated by application programming interfaces, middleware, or containers) facilitating workload portability.

These cloud approaches are mutually exclusive: You can't have both, simultaneously because the clouds will either be interconnected (hybrid cloud), or not (multicloud). Having multiple cloud deployments, both public and private, is becoming more common across enterprises as they seek to improve security and performance through an expanded portfolio of environments.