Cloud repatriation, a company’s decision to move workloads or applications from the public cloud to a private cloud alternative, has been perceived by some in the industry as an indicator of declining interest in public cloud services. Others, however, suggest that it might be time to retire the notion of repatriation in favor of a term that more accurately captures the dynamic nature of IT in the service of digital business – ‘workload mobility.’
In this 451 report, learn why:
57% of organizations point to hybrid environments as the organizing principle for their IT environments
Cloud repatriation is indeed happening, but it’s not about to put the hyperscalers out of business
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