The State of Hybrid and Multi Cloud in 2024

A research brief from the 2024 Data Protection Trends Report

Research from the 2024 Data Protection Report suggests that nearly half of production workloads run within a public cloud with the rest remaining equally divided between physical servers and virtual machines within data centers.

Research also suggests that organizations looking for cloud capable modern data protection is trending:

  • 39% want the ability to move from one major cloud to another (e.g. AWS and Azure)
  • 38% want consistent protection of on‑premises and IaaS/​SaaS workloads
  • 37% want their data protection solution to migrate their on‑premises workloads to a cloud
  • 27% want to use cloud‑​infrastructure as their disaster recovery site

Download for access to new data, insights and “cloud smart” strategies for cloud architects, engineers and backup admins from business and IT leaders on how they respond to unique hybrid- and multi-cloud challenges, including:

  • Enterprise backup protecting IaaS, SaaS, PaaS - Reliability and protection of cloud workloads as a must for modern data protection
  • Modernizing backups - Aligning data protection to cyber resiliency and ransomware
  • Cloud‑centric capabilities - Why modern data protection must have at least one cloud‑centric capability
  • Scaling budgets - With 92% of budgets for data protection growing in 2024 how do you control cloud costs while meeting needs.

Download the new State of Hybrid and Multi Cloud in 2024 research brief for more insights from 1,200 survey responses.

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