When it comes to cyber-security, a one-cloud approach in today’s environment simply doesn’t fit – and only investing in just one service presents a number of limitations. Which is why, despite some potential challenges inherent in a multi-cloud strategy for enterprises, it is the best approach.
Every cloud service, private or public, offers varying advantages, from advanced machine learning tools to favorable storage costs. To take advantage of these, most organizations seek to employ a multi-cloud strategy in one way or another. To facilitate the needs of DevOps, agile, and the multiple cloud environments businesses are adopting, it requires a unified security platform. This solution should not only automate security controls but also ensure that the business meets compliance requirements for hosts and containers, no matter the cloud provider.