More and more businesses are seeing the benefits of moving their software applications and IT infrastructure into the cloud.
But not every cloud is equal. They are not always operating in the same way. Instead they have different flavours, different capabilities and specific benefits. So it makes absolutely sense to combine different clouds to the benefit of the overall solution.
An important corner stone of any cloud solution are SaaS services. Most of the business will be done with the help of those services. But sometimes business requirements are very specific and can be solved much better with Cloud Native services. So therefore it's best to combine SaaS with Cloud Native services while making sure to keep them as tightly integrated as possible.
There are different aspects to the tightness of cloud integration. One major topic is the quality and capability of the network connectivity and the other one is the usage of the same common industry standards (ie. for security) in all involved cloud components.
Let's have a look within this blog series into how a tight SaaS to Cloud Native integration can look like.
If you have any specific questions you would like to see addressed in this series let me know.
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