When organizations decide to shift their workloads, data and processes across multiple on-premises, hosted, private, and public cloud services, there will be a need for a new approach. This new approach leads to hybrid multi-cloud cloud management. But this approach requires uniform solutions in terms of billing and provisioning, access control, cost control, and performance analysis and capacity management.
A hybrid multi-cloud architecture is emerging within nearly all enterprises. IT organizations are no longer limited to managing data-centers and a few hosted and managed services providers. Needy lines-of-business teams and impatient IT developers have procured SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS cloud services to overcome resource constraints. Now many enterprises' IT structures are composed of multi-clouds.