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Multi Cloud and Decision Intelligence (DI) in the face of market changes

The market in itself is already a constantly changing entity. With the impacts of the pandemic, we have seen some changes happen faster than we could have predicted.


The market in itself is already a constantly changing entity. With the impacts of the pandemic, we have seen some changes happen faster than we could have predicted.

One of the insights was that organizations need more flexibility in leadership and operational execution. Thus, cloud computing stands out as one of the most relevant assets for companies to change the market and develop business.

The expectation, according to Gartner, is that up to 75% of all databases will be deployed or migrated to a cloud platform by 2022.

Among the benefits of migration, we can cite the ease of monitoring performance indicators through various network access devices and follow up in real time on different business lines, such as sales, payments, operations, and products.

This digital transformation allows for more agility in the decision-making process of organizations, as well as improves the direction of business strategies according to the target audience. As data access is much simpler, practical, and agile, companies can obtain indicators and analysis to stand out against competitors with strategic differentials.

The cloud is moving to drive strategy execution. Technology eliminates friction and enables companies to be truly connected, integrating the entire organization into a customer-centric, digitally enabled business model designed for growth.‍

‍‍ADecision Intelligence

‍Newtechnologies are increasingly emerging that positively impact the routine of companies and make processes more optimized and intelligent. We can cite some examples, such as: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence.

It is still possible to add other actions to leverage these technologies mentioned above and thus further expand the business results of the most varied segments. And that's where Decision Intelligence comes in.

Decision Intelligente (DI) or Decision Intelligence is the ability of an organization to process large amounts of data to make decisions. In this way, managers can speed up the resolution of problems by presenting the data with more clarity. This makes deliberations more agile and efficient.

There are many tools and technologies to capture and analyze data. However, having this information and not taking the most appropriate action may not generate any results. On the contrary, there will be losses, because the company has invested time, money, and human material to obtain and interpret the contents.

With Decision Intelligence, a manager is able to use this data in favor of the organization by making the best possible decisions. And smart decisions, based on data, are much more likely to be successful.

Multi Cloud‍

As cloud offerings have evolved, many enterprises have moved to multiple services rather than relying on a single cloud provider. Multi-cloud environments make it possible for organizations to choose between the most advanced and advantageous solutions, depending on their decision about where applications and workloads should run.

Therefore, we can view multi-cloud computing as the use of multiple cloud services without dependence on a single provider. Typically, the environment uses two or more public cloud services. But it can also include a private cloud, embedded in the company's own data center.

The architecture allows IT teams to run individual workloads. In this way, you can achieve greater application efficiency and reduced costs.

Benefits of the Multi-Cloud:

We know that multi-cloud environments make it possible to reduce costs. The savings make room for investment in innovation. There are also benefits for the IT teams themselves, as application efficiency and the ability to meet real-time needs are improved.

With a multi-cloud architecture, an organization is able to run applications and data in the environment best suited to the workloads at any given time. To achieve the benefit, the environment needs to be managed, protected, and coordinated in a coherent way. Relying on a service provider that can unite all these aspects is key to achieving good results.


  • ‍‍Access control;
  • Billing: single billing from multiple providers;
  • Application administration and provisioning;
  • Migration planning;
  • Identity and policy management;
  • Budgeting and spending management;
  • Extensive reporting structure;
  • DevOps framework ;
  • Service catalog management;
  • Monitoring and dashboards;
  • Orchestration and delivery.‍

Preparing for market changes‍

With so many changes and innovations, there is a need to equip the company with the best. Being prepared for the digital transformation can mean the survival of a business, a strategic differential, and success.

With this in mind, it is necessary to have platforms that facilitate the daily life of an organization, whether for intelligent decision-making or for relying on multiple services in the cloud.

In this regard, two indispensable tools stand out: CloudBolt and Jamcracker.

CloudBolt is a cloud management platform that unifies private IT and public clouds to form a centralized system through which IT can provision, measure, and control the consumption of computing resources, regardless of location and technology.

So IT leaders can innovate faster with less development, bringing more value to the business by being able to work at the speed of the cloud. It also allows the organization's IT to provision resources (virtual machines, workloads, XaaS) in minutes, packaging and organizing resources for self-service consumption.

Jamcracker, on the other hand, enables the unification of cloud management and governance. It also enables organizations to build, deliver, and manage multi-cloud services and implement a business model for offering, delivering, supporting, and charging for multi-cloud services.

With the tool, it is possible for partners, including telecommunications service providers, managed service providers, systems integrators, distributors, and technology resellers, to unify, deliver, and manage SaaS, PaaS, and public or private IaaS cloud services for end customers, including, small businesses, midsize companies, and government organizations.

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