A presentation at Multi-cloud perspectives (G-Core Labs) by
A Perspective on a Multi-Cloud World Sasha Rosenbaum Black Belt Team Lead, Red Hat @DivineOps
Sasha Rosenbaum Black Belt Team Lead, Red Hat
Dev Ops DevRel Customer Success @DivineOps
Let’s start with some basics… Public Cloud
● IaaS - Dominated by 6-8 Clouds ● PaaS - Dominated by 50-100 Clouds ● SaaS - Over 4000 SaaS offerings
Data Center | Private Cloud
● “Only 20% is in the Public Cloud” - IBM ● “Only 5% is in the Public Cloud “ - AWS 2020 Worldwide Public Cloud Revenues (~$235B USD) 3
2020 Worldwide Data Center Revenues ($2-4T USD)
The numbers tell us that the Cloud is still in early days, with many valid choices today, and many long-term challenges to address.
Does Multi-Cloud really exist? Vendors Analysts Thought-Leaders Twitter
Vendors Analysts Thought-Leaders Twitter
Does Multi-Cloud really exist? Most Companies
New Regulations Existing Apps
How do Companies think about Multi-Cloud? Centralized IT Groups
PLANNED ARCHITECTURE ● Managing both Private and Public Cloud ● Consistent Technology ● Consistent Operations ● Consistent Security ● Consistent Audit/Compliance ● Flexible Add-Ons ● Self-Service Access
EVOLVED ARCHITECTURE ● ● ● ● ●
Managing Private Cloud Managing Public Cloud Not managing Public Cloud Acquisitions Centralized and Distributed Teams and Architectures
NOT OUR PROBLEM ● Only Public Cloud ● Self-Managed (at least initially)
Open source is defining the new industry standards
100M+ repositories Source: https://github.com. August, 2019.
But open source presents many choices…
How to Proceed in a Multi-Cloud World?
Build Against Open APIs
Understand Data Locality
Thank you! @DivineOps
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