Going multicloud? This typically means using a mix of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to create a multicloud cocktail that should provide you with better value and more flexibility.
However, this value and flexibility often do not result due to some pretty easily avoidable mistakes. I want you to succeed, so here are three common pitfalls to be aware of so you can avoid them.
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Multicloud pitfall No. 1: More clouds means more complexity
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