Cloud Repatriation - which role does it play for your infrastructure modernisation and optimisation strategy?
Cloud repatriation has been a growing trend in recent years. Many companies that have uncritically embraced Cloud First strategies have seen costs increase, performance drop, or compliance being challenged and are now moving workloads and data off a public cloud environment to a different infrastructure. European companies – including the ones in the Nordic and Benelux areas – have had a more cautious approach to cloud adoption than, for example, their US counterparts, and are repatriating some workloads to alternative infrastructures. These repatriated workloads are now being deployed across multiple platforms and deployment models as part of continuous infrastructure modernisation and optimisation endeavours.
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