How to become a multicloud developer

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For many organizations today, a multicloud strategy is the way to go. Enterprises are using multiple cloud services from different vendors to build infrastructures that support computing, storage, development, and other areas of IT.

Industry research indicates the trend toward the multicloud use will continue for some time. A report by Grand View Research predicts that the global market for multicloud management systems will grow by 28 percent between 2022 and 2030. The growing emphasis on automation, efficiency, and effective organizational governance processes is expected to drive growth, according to the report.

The increasing versatility of cloud computing technologies and the adoption of containerization and microservices for cloud-native applications will also contribute to the rise in multicloud infrastructures, the study notes.

“Organizations of all sizes have been embracing the multicloud construct, to continue to leverage investments in existing IT infrastructure, apps, and employee skills and expertise,” says Masaf Dawood, director of application services and modernization at talent site Toptal. Dawood notes “the trend is accelerating” due to the ability of a multicloud to better address the needs of various applications and workloads.

Multicloud can involve a multitude of cloud assets used across several cloud-hosting environments, whether it be public clouds, private clouds, or a hybrid environment.

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