Integrated Multi-Cloud Management Solutions for Government

Governments are struggling with an approach to managing multiple clouds which avoids silos, while maintaining efficiency, security, and transparency. Deloitte’s comprehensive suite of integrated multi-cloud management solutions can help federal, state, and local governments address those concerns while securely and efficiently administering data, applications, and digital services across a wide range of cloud platforms.

Multi-cloud: The challenge, the solution, the possibilities

Multi-cloud: The challenge, the solution, the possibilities

Multi-cloud is an emerging priority and focus for federal, state, and local government agencies to provide more robust services to their hybrid workforce. Deloitte’s Government Cloud practice has expanded its multi-cloud capabilities to help governments see their mission through cloud.

Key considerations for developing a multi-cloud strategy

A sound multi-cloud implementation addresses the strategy and governance that will chart the course for multi-cloud, the management and operations, the security, and the transformation of the workforce to operate it. Each of these elements raise numerous questions for government IT leaders.


Managing multi-cloud environments

Government and program leaders are often embarking on the cloud journeys with partial or siloed cloud architectures, security frameworks, and operating models while training and adoption support have not scaled to keep up with demands. As a result, agencies have realized that their users and applications are now spread across several clouds without the means to coordinate consistently for the transparency, security, or management of these environments.

  • Approach
    Start with discovery of cloud, landing zones, and standards and evolve towards a single management plane that concurrently spans multiple clouds.
  • Blind spots
    Easy access to critical metrics that evaluate the agency’s IT does not exist. “Shadow IT” has created blind spots which prevent agencies from making well informed business decisions.
  • Security fog
    Outdated security policies do not align to the current cybersecurity environment or account for infrastructure abstracted through software and virtualization.
  • Management chaos
    Agencies have migrated applications to multiple clouds – public and private. These applications and VM instances belong to different business groups, which often do not follow consistent processes or governance.

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Meghan Sullivan

Meghan Sullivan

Principal | Government & Public Services

Meghan Sullivan is a Principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Government & Public Services practice and serves as Deloitte’s Cloud Strategic Growth leader. Meghan works alongside our technical leaders a... More

Thomas Beck

Thomas Beck

Principal | Public Sector

Thomas Beck is a Principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Public Sector practice and serves as the Government Cloud Engineering leader. He is responsible for Deloitte’s government cloud delivery, advanc... More

Doug Bourgeois

Doug Bourgeois

Managing Director | Deloitte Consulting LLP

Doug Bourgeois is a managing director in the Federal Technology Strategy & Architecture practice, focusing on cloud computing and shared services. Doug has a long history in both areas. He previously ... More

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