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Until recently, if a company decided to move its data to the cloud, it would choose one provider and work only with that provider. Other cloud platforms were not available to them. This approach was often inconvenient and reduced capacity.

Multi-cloud is not just a new marketing gimmick, but a different approach to cloud computing that allows applications and data to be hosted simultaneously by multiple cloud providers.

What is Multi-Cloud?

When a company uses multi-cloud solutions for its operations, its workflows are deployed on multiple public cloud servers. In other words, a public cloud is any third-party cloud provider that offers a stack of theological solutions. If an enterprise uses Microsoft Azure for its database, Amazon AWS for application development and testing, and Google Cloud for scaling functions, it is considered to have already deployed its multi-cloud model.

Hybrid cloud and multicloud. What's the difference?
We've already talked about how a hybrid cloud is a combination of a private cloud and a public cloud that work together as a single system. It combines a company's local private cloud with a single public cloud server. The private cloud is for a single organization and can be hosted by third-party vendors or on-premises infrastructure. In contrast, a hybrid multi-cloud is a concept that uses multiple cloud platforms simultaneously. This allows companies to expand their capabilities, improve security, and reduce IT infrastructure costs.
Pros and cons of multi-cloud?
A multi-cloud deployment suits most organizations, but this model also has disadvantages.

• Lower deployment and maintenance costs
• Increased flexibility
• Scalability
• Requires no dedicated internal IT team
• Relatively low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) compared to hybrid cloud

• Less Security
• Management complexity
• Difficult to migrate protocol differences
• Limited control and access

If you want to cut costs, look into a multi-cloud environment. It's a good choice. The multi-cloud model allows you to use different features of one or more public cloud providers. The average overhead of a multi-cloud is much lower than in a hybrid cloud model.

The multi-cloud model is less expensive to scale. With a multi-cloud deployment, you don't have to worry about regular maintenance fees or purchase new and expensive systems to scale your software product.

If one system component requires high availability and fault tolerance, it can be deployed from a provider that specializes in providing such services. If another component of the system requires high computing power, it can be deployed from a provider that offers favorable terms on the use of computing power. Now that the company is not dependent on one provider, you do not have to fear the problem of blocking it.
Backup and recovery of data
Multi-cloud deployments make data storage easier, cheaper, more secure and more reliable. In addition, using multiple cloud solution providers allows companies to set up backup systems for disaster recovery. If one cloud provider fails, the company can quickly switch to another provider to minimize risk and reduce downtime.

As the number of providers increases, so does the likelihood of data breaches. Therefore, you need to think about security measures, data backup and system copying.

Applications with multiple components

Many leading companies use one or more cloud hosting options. BIZupLab Kft. selects the optimal combination of cloud platforms for specific system requirements of the customer by analyzing package offers of regional providers, their prices and conditions.

We use multicloud for projects and tasks that use components with different system requirements. They can be deployed at different cloud providers. We scale our developed software product for web and application servers, understanding that the server side may require raw processing power. Such multi-cloud models allow us to distribute workloads between different vendors, this increases development efficiency and helps to scale the product.
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