A New Vision of the Cloud: Hyperscalers Moves in Hybrid and Multi Cloud Deployment for IoT

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By Kateryna Dubrova | 4Q 2021 | IN-6308


Hybrid versus Multi Cloud Deployment


Organizations and industries across the globe are striving to digitalize their operations and enable their businesses to extract maximum value from the data. However, the digitalization and data collection efforts are now facing new roadblocks of accessing and managing vastly spread infrastructure. Enterprises and organizations that actively moved to the cloud haven’t changed the entire infrastructure, meaning that their functional architecture is scattered between cloud, on-premises, and edge computing infrastructure.

When it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT), ABI Research defines hybrid cloud services as the deployment of data and applications across multiple locations and cloud types (on-premises, public, and private). In contrast, multi-cloud services refer to enterprise use of services from different cloud service providers. Back in 2018, it was expected that the number of hybrid offerings would increase, and toolsets for enabling multi-cloud markets will grow. However, back then, the top cloud hyperscalers—Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft’s Azu…

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