This article focuses on multi-cloud deployment as a trend in supporting BI and CPM tools.
In the business intelligence (BI) and corporate performance management (CPM) realm, it may feel like technology is constantly moving at speed of light and other times, it may feel like everything has gone into turbo mode almost instantly. Technology innovation focuses on making things quicker as breakthroughs in the technology world are made. Cloud computing is the kind of breakthrough that constantly evolves. A recent development for business culture is a multi-cloud deployment. This article dives into the topic of multi-cloud deployments and what they do.
For example, one of my personal favorites is “failover.”
A multi-cloud deployment offers system support redundancy in instances where hardware and/or software experience failures, but it also helps the consumer to avoid “vendor lock-in,” which is another cloud computing specific jargon. The main motivators for multi-cloud deployment are back-up plan and sidestepping vendor lock-in. A black-up cloud provider is when your cloud system experiences failure. Cloud platform issues can happen anywhere between a single cable connector failure to an electromagnetic pulse (EMP). You can experience a large-scale network outage because of a single/hard disk/drive unit failure if that problem occurs somewhere critical in a software system. Therefore, a cloud backup for your cloud computing platform is extremely significant. Now, let’s talk about vendor lock-in.
If you would like to learn more about multi-cloud deployments for BI and CPM systems,