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Every once in a while, you run across an article of clothing like a rain poncho or wrap-around skirts with a tag that says, “one size fits all” or “one size fits most.” In theory, the garment fits most average-sized people. But even if you’re wearing what is effectively a tent, one size never fits all. People are all different shapes and sizes, so that medium-sized poncho will leave the six-foot-tall person soaked while the five-foot-tall person is dragging it through the mud. Whether it’s clothing or technology, there’s no such thing as one size fits all. Although it has taken a while, most organizations have moved beyond a “one cloud fits all” approach and use two or more clouds to achieve their desired business outcomes or as a necessity to bridge the old with the new, running critical legacy on-premises while migrating to cloud where possible.  Some organizations might pursue a multi-cloud approach to increase redundancy and resiliency and decrease costs and their reliance on a single provider. To read this article in full, please click here
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