Build a multi-cloud application with these 4 tips

A multi-cloud architecture is often more aspirational than practical, but it's doable if you plan ahead. Follow these tips to learn when and how to build apps to span multiple public clouds. Two forces typically drive discussions around multi-cloud: freedom to choose the cloud tools and platforms an organization wants and the complexity that comes with those choices. It isn't always easy, but organizations have multiple ways to build an IT architecture that provides consistency across environments and staves off vendor lock-in. Follow these tips for advice on how to build a multi-cloud application and to understand when it isn't worth the effort. Consider these factors before you build a multi-cloud application Outages happen, prices change and relationships with vendors fall apart. Whatever the reason, sometimes, organizations want to build their apps so they can move code when and where they see fit. However, writing cloud-agnostic code involves more than just the avoidance of a platform-specific tool.

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