According to VMware research, 81% of large organizations plan to be multi-cloud by 2024. The reality is that most, if not all companies will have multiple cloud providers, but the inherent value isn't about simply accessing multiple clouds. Using multiple clouds creates complexity because each cloud runs in a silo, with its own development and operating model, taxonomy, services, APIs, management tools and required skill sets. Instead, we are seeing the rise of superclouds, where cloud operations from public, on-premises and edge all work together at scale using cloud-native services powering new modern applications. Today, multiple clouds are in use, but not in the way many customers want them to work together. In this episode, originally recorded during the August 2022 Supercloud event, theCUBE hosts Dave Vellante & John Furrier talk to Kit Colbert, chief technology officer of VMware, to get his perspective on the technology required to break down the siloed walls, allowing all clouds to participate with developer access to the cloud-native services they need.
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