More than 8 in 10 Indian businesses are transferring to multi-cloud environments for safety, efficiency, expense, and business continuity, especially with the surge of remote jobs, a brand-new report revealed on Wednesday.
Almost 58 per cent of the Indian firms are expecting to carry out such settings within three years, according to US-based Cloud calculating firm Nutanix.
“India’s digital transformation has been primarily fueled by Hybrid multi-cloud adoption as it offers simplicity, agility, manageability and scalability that most organisations seek to compete in today’s digital world,” said Faiz Shakir, Managing Director Sales, India and SAARC, Nutanix.
India’s enterprises prioritise security more than their global counterparts, and 55 per cent of those cited security and compliance as the prevailing reason for shifting applications to a different infrastructure in the past year — 14 percentage points higher than the global average (41 per cent).
At the same time, enterprises are still maturing in their understanding of multi-cloud security management or security management across dissimilar clouds.
According to the report, these enterprises are learning to reach for hybrid multi-cloud tools that enable centralised management to alleviate such issues.
With extended remote work following the rise of Omicron, hybrid multi-cloud continues to be the most agile IT environment for supporting continued flexibility, resiliency and access to applications and data.