If you’re like many users of the cloud computing services from Amazon Web Services (AWS), you may be considering adopting or already using Microsoft Azure, too. Moving to a multi-cloud environment provides stability should an outage occur with one of your cloud platforms from security attacks, technical issues, or natural or manmade disasters.
Both cloud service providers have landed in the Leaders Quadrant of Gartner’s Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service Magic Quadrant for the last two years. Each offers a portfolio with an extensive range of cloud computing services that provides cost-effective IT infrastructure that enables your organization that operate at web scale. And both continuously optimize your environment and save money.
Download our guide to understand:
- The benefits of using AWS and Azure
- The challenges of optimizing IaaS
- Tools and tips to help manage your public cloud infrastructure