The adoption of cloud computing continues to grow rapidly, driven by customer demand for improved agility, innovation and increased speed and efficiency of operations. Many organizations see cloud computing as a way to reduce costs or rebalance capital and operating expenditure by leveraging Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) capabilities.
There are a number of cloud infrastructure choices including multi-cloud, public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud offerings. Most organizations are already adopting a multi-cloud approach by choosing a mixture of these options. This means that you can tailor and customize the right cloud options for your specific business requirements.
Whatever cloud strategy you choose, make sure that it's built with open source solutions in order to maximize choice and flexibility, while also avoiding the dangers of technology lock-in.
Whether you're looking for a cloud platform for your software-defined infrastructure, or a full cloud-based application delivery solution (Platform as a Service or PaaS) for containerized and cloud-native workloads, SUSE should be your first port of call.Cloud Computing Fundamentals