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Cloud Control: How Fast Is The Migration To The Public Cloud?

Cloud Cruiser surveyed attendees of Amazon Web Service's Global Summit on usage plans, methods, and struggles in running and operating cloud deployments.

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AWS And What Else?

The Cloud Cruiser survey asked AWS Summit attendees what cloud environments, if any, they used in addition to Amazon's.

More than half -- 54 percent -- said AWS was their sole cloud provider.

But among those operating multi-cloud environments, Microsoft was the most-popular choice, with 27 percent of the 189 respondents revealing that in addition to AWS, they were running workloads on Azure.

Another 22 percent of respondents were supplementing Amazon with some private cloud usage, while 12 percent had deployed Google Cloud Platform. And five percent used a variety of other providers.

Eight percent of the AWS Summit attendees weren't using any public cloud provider service, including AWS.

Mohan, of Mindtree, told CRN that the increasing use of multiple cloud solution providers is placing on IT departments "increased scrutiny to measure, justify, and govern cloud usage."

 
 
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