As organizations adopt multicloud and cloud-native application environments to enhance agility and productivity, they are modernizing application delivery infrastructure, including application delivery controllers (ADCs), to support traditional and modern applications both on-premises and in public clouds. Read about the challenges, the benefits and the trends.
In their ongoing pursuit of digital transformation, an acute imperative worldwide, organizations are increasingly adopting hybrid IT and embracing multicloud.
They’re doing so to increase business agility and to compete more effectively against both new and established rivals across a range of industries. To an unprecedented extent, all organizations are digitizing aggressively, and all enterprises are becoming more like technology companies. The cloud, as both a destination and an operational model, is a critical means to that end, and multicloud is an increasingly prevalent posture for a growing number of enterprises.
Although the benefits that can accrue from multicloud are compelling, the networking implications are profound. This is particularly true for datacenter networking. In the client/server era, the datacenter network was exclusively on-premise, but multicloud means that the datacenter (and its network) becomes inherently distributed and more complex to provision and manage.
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