Multi-cloud is set to be the default digital business model as industries reinvent themselves. Case in point: the average organisation is already running approximately 500 applications distributed across clouds to drive their business today.

Sumit Dhawan, president of VMware, explains at a virtual media briefing today that organisations are leveraging multi-cloud to “build cloud-native apps, modernise traditional or core applications, and/or develop edge-native apps”.

However, adopting multi-cloud can introduce complexity that often forces trade-offs between moving fast and managing risk, resulting in slower execution while increasing costs.

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