Flexibility: the basis for a hybrid and multi-cloud architecture
How do we transform ourselves while maintaining our freedom to adapt to the changing needs of the market? Today’s environments are complex, and present rapidly evolving requirements: legacy applications that need to be modernized, a mix of proprietary technologies and third-party solutions, and on-premises resources, not to mention those in public clouds.
For anybody who is striving to standardize their environments, supporting multiple clouds and embracing open source as their organizations evolve is inevitable. And when it comes to Google Cloud, there is no stronger commitment to open source. Its modern cloud infrastructure is based on Kubernetes, and its strong support for Istio and KNative has formed the cornerstone of its leading business services such as the Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), or its platform of applications managed with Anthos and Cloud Run.
Google also contributes more to the open source community than any other cloud provider, more than doubling its efforts in the last 5 years and representing over 50% of contributions to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
At SoftwareOne, our strong commitment to an open cloud – and relationships with all the major hyperscalers - is what enables us to transform the way our clients’ businesses operate, promoting differentiated experiences and maximizing their freedom and capacity to innovate.