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3 ways to screw up a multicloud deployment

I guess I could place some stat here that shows multicloud is the large majority of public cloud deployments out there, but there are lots of other places to see that. We know it’s a common approach for enterprises to move to plural clouds versus single-cloud deployments. Enough said. 

The mistakes I see in multicloud deployments are not at all what you would think. You likely believe these errors are related to some complex technology being deployed incorrectly, but they are actually part of simple, well-understood issues. I assume it happens because people lack sound cloud computing architecture experience and are cobbling these architectures together. In other words, pilot error.

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