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Access disparate data with an extended enterprise multi-cloud
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Analyzing data spread across geographies can be difficult due to regulatory and architectural constraints. Extending your enterprise multi-cloud with vertical, AI, or data clouds can help you view and analyze your data no matter its location.
Going global: Building an extended enterprise multi-cloud
For companies that operate across geographies, IT architectures and regulatory requirements can make it difficult to access widely distributed data for analysis. Extended enterprise clouds (EEC) can help provide access to disparate data via augmenting the enterprise multi-cloud with third-party services such as vertical clouds, AI clouds, or data clouds—all with a common control plane. Building an EEC takes planning and a cultural change around data ownership, but it’s well worth the effort.
If you have data from all these different parts of your business, you can kind of put them together and get a better sense of what's going on.
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