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Multi-cloud data protection FAQ

What is “multi-cloud?”

Multi-cloud refers to a strategy of using multiple cloud computing platforms from different vendors to meet an organization's computing needs. This can help organizations avoid relying on a single provider for their critical data, reducing the risk of data loss or downtime due to outages. An organization may use different cloud platforms for different purposes, such as one for storage, one for processing, and one for analytics.

What are the advantages and challenges of multi-cloud?

Multi-cloud can provide flexibility and scalability, enabling organizations to move data between providers and adapt to changing business requirements. However, it can also introduce difficulty in terms of cost, integration, security, and compliance. To effectively manage a multi-cloud data environment, one must carefully plan their architecture, governance, and security policies to ensure integrity, availability, and confidentiality across providers.

How does multi-cloud differ from hybrid cloud?

Multi-cloud and hybrid cloud approaches both involve the use of multiple cloud computing platforms, but differ in how they’re fundamentally integrated. In multi-cloud, each cloud provider operates independently and there is limited or no integration between them. While a hybrid cloud approach involves integrating multiple providers, and often on-premises resources, into a unified infrastructure, workloads can flow seamlessly between each.

How should one protect multi-cloud?

Organizations should adopt a comprehensive security strategy including measures like data encryption, access controls, and regular backups. It's important to implement consistent policies across all providers and conduct regular audits to identify and address any vulnerabilities. Organizations should also consider using cloud-native security solutions and partnering with trusted vendors to ensure the security and compliance of their environment.