Moving Data and Workloads Back from Public Cloud to On-Premises Infrastructure is Credited with Significant Cost Savings
Although cloud computing has experienced a surge in popularity in recent years due to its ability to provide scalable computing solutions, that often comes at a cost. A cost of performance, and also a physical cost. According to Statista.com, 2022 Cloud infrastructure spending has climbed to more than $200 billion.
Bring in Cloud Repatriation. By repatriating workloads and data, organizations can potentially reduce the costs associated with public cloud services, such as data storage and compute resources, while maintaining control over their sensitive information and ensuring regulatory compliance.
Additionally, cloud repatriation can also result in improved performance and increased security as organizations can tailor their infrastructure to their specific needs.
Why are Companies Turning away from Public Cloud and Back to their Own Infrastructures?
- By reducing the reliance on public cloud services, businesses have more control over their cloud service costs and security.
- Cloud repatriation enables them to take full control of their own existing infrastructures and resources in a way that suits their processing requirements on the fly.