How can enterprises get the most out of their multi-cloud data strategy?

Multi-cloud data strategies are the undisputed way forward, but they necessitate platforms that can work alongside your data initiatives.

Enterprises are increasingly looking to leverage multi-cloud environments. The stats say it all; last year, Gartner reported that 81% of public cloud users were using a combination of two or more cloud providers. Multi-cloud is all the rage, and it seems there’s no stopping it.

It’s no wonder, given the myriad benefits that multi-cloud comes with. With this approach, organisations can harness multiple cloud providers to perform different technical or business requirements.

As well as taking advantage of different cloud providers’ USPs, a heterogeneous setup alleviates the perils of working with only one vendor. If that one provider goes down, enterprise carnage can ensure (cough, AWS S3, cough). Then, of course, multi-cloud frees organisations from vendor lock-in, security benefits – the list goes on.

However, despite the eagerness surrounding multi-cloud data strategies, it’s important to remember that many businesses struggle to effectively work a single cloud, let alone a few. In turn, businesses must ease the burden by working with platforms that are supportive of multi-cloud strategies.

In every multi-cloud strategy, data is an important consideration. Becoming data-driven is at the forefront of most business initiatives, and organisations must cater for it in all other strategies. Thus, businesses must opt for solutions that are multi-cloud and data supportive.

But the perfect solution doesn’t exi–

It does, and it’s called Snowflake.

See through your strategy with Snowflake

Snowflake is the “modern cloud data platform built for any cloud.” In particular, the Snowflake offering strives to help technology professionals get more from their data.

In its ability to work with any cloud, Snowflake supports a multi-cloud strategy. Its common and interchangeable code base enables global data replication, which allows organisations to move their data to any cloud in any region, without having to re-code applications or learn new skills. With the platform, organisations can find out what it really means to enjoy a single source of truth across an entire organisation.

Snowflake is available globally on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. It makes an easy addition to your organisation’s architecture, meaning you can get started with it quickly and reap its benefits in no time.

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