Cloud holds promise for redesigning the IT landscape, but without guidance, it can prompt some daunting decisions in terms of adoption strategy, cost-benefit analysis, platform selection and roadmap.

Businesses, both new and used to the cloud face with complex questions such as:

Should I have one or more public cloud providers?

Can I leverage remaining on-premises resources for a hybrid approach?

Should I have a dedicated cloud organization or program to be successful?

How do I tackle the change challenges – the “people” side of things?

Embarking on your cloud journey can be challenging.
Anidris can provide guidance and support, whether you are new to cloud technology, seeking to adopt cloud solutions, or looking to develop a multi-cloud, single-cloud or hybrid cloud strategy.

Our Cloud Advisory specialists start by understanding your business goals and then move forward to define a strategy to embrace cloud.
This will typically start with a cloud readiness assessment focused on the people, processes and technology in scope.


A cloud provider hosts the infrastructure for a number of different clients in a datacenter offsite. (Expect true multi-tenancy with all the strengths and weaknesses thereof.)

Typically, the cloud service is provisioned for access by the general public (customers).


Structured similarly to a public cloud but limited to a single organization (or a group of similarly interested, non-competitive organizations for a community cloud).


Hybridity essentially refers to interoperability between multiple cloud delivery models (public and private).

Two or more service models that can be managed jointly through a “single pane of glass.” Think VMWare on AWS or Microsoft’s Azure Stack.


Compared to a hybrid cloud approach a multi-cloud deployment requires only that multiple clouds are used without any necessary interoperability.

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