The cloud is almost synonymous with the delivery of services and software. It can
bring many benefits in terms of delivery, uptime, speed and global presence and connectivity, especially for software vendors such as ISVs.
Multicloud computing refers to the use of multiple cloud computing services from more than one cloud provider, in a heterogeneous environment. This can provide ISVs with a strategy that provides greater flexibility, and mitigates risk.
An example of multicloud is when you deploy your application on both Azure and GCP, hosting your application on both cloud providers. A hybrid cloud solution would mean having your application hosted on-premises and spanning to, for example, Microsoft Azure for extra capacity or availability.
As Azure is a true enterprise-grade cloud provider, it supports ISV business objectives across public, hybrid, and multicloud environments.
There are many valid reasons for ISVs to choose to distribute their digital estate across hybrid and multicloud environments. Some common business drivers include:
Do some of these factors apply to your organisation? Join our upcoming webinar to learn how you can leverage Azure to build a winning multicloud strategy.