The Benefits of Multi-Cloud Computing Architectures for MSPs – MSPmentor

Multi-cloud computing architectures are the next step up from cloud computing.

If you’re an MSP, it may no longer be enough to have just one cloud.

Here’s why a multi-cloud strategy can helped managed services providers.

As the term implies, multi-cloud computing refers to the use of more than one cloud.

A multi-cloud architecture could involve multiple public clouds — such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

Multi-cloud could also take the form of a mixture of different types of clouds — a public cloud, a private cloud and a managed cloud, for example.

In the latter sense, there is some overlap between multi-cloud architectures and hybrid architectures, which mix public and private clouds together.

Think of hybrid cloud as one form of multi-cloud computing.

Multi-cloud is a broader category, because it involves mixing clouds of many different types.

What do businesses — and MSPs in particular — have to gain from a multi-cloud strategy?

Consider the following advantages of a multi-cloud architecture:

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