What’s multi-cloud? And why should developers care?

Most developers don’t care about multi-cloud. But they should. Whether developers know it or not, their companies likely already have a multi-cloud environment.    Multi-cloud is a strategy where a business selects different services from different cloud providers because some are better for certain tasks than others. So company X could use cloud A for infrastructure, cloud B for app dev and testing, and cloud C for data localization in a region.  While traditionally considered multi-cloud, this setup really only scratches the surface of what’s possible today. That’s because clouds A, B, and C are isolated from each other from a…

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