What is MultiCloud?
Multi-Cloud is one of today’s biggest buzzwords. Multi-Cloud is also a fairly general term being used by many people for many purposes and as such is causing confusion and disagreement about its meaning.
The relatively simple use case such as Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Dev/Test workloads; data backup to a single cloud; or a Software-as-a-Service application.
The use case where an application, workload, or data could be run in the same technology stack on-premise (potentially in a private cloud) and in a cloud provider, but where the customer was essentially locked into that technology stack. An example could be moving a VMware workload between an on-premise datacenter and AWS. The workload can be moved back and forth, but remains locked into the VMware technology stack and cannot be easily ported to another virtualization platform such as Microsoft, Red Hat, etc.
The uses cases that enabled true freedom and control to run an application, workload, or data on any cloud – private or public – based on business or technical requirements.
ABSOLUTE FREEDOM MEANS INTEROPERABILITY ACROSS MULTIPLE CLOUDS, CONTROL OF DATA AND OPEN SOURCE
Zenko extends data management to and across multiple clouds, public and private, making it easier to manage data no matter where it is