When cloud computing first started, one size really did seem to fit all. Companies looked for quick wins, moving generic applications to public cloud infrastructures so they could take advantage of lower costs and increased scalability. More than a decade later, the industry has evolved.
Organizations are moving from single-cloud implementations to multicloud strategies. Many of the initial applications that moved to the cloud are now running smoothly. But, to keep up with best practices for security and growth, organizations must also review more sensitive, business-critical applications as candidates for cloud computing.