Most developers don’t care about multi-cloud. But they should.

Multi-cloud is a strategy where a business selects different services from different cloud providers because some are better for certain tasks than others. So company X could use cloud A for infrastructure, cloud B for app dev and testing, and cloud C for data localization in a region.

Multi-cloud is a strategy where a business selects different services from different cloud providers because some are better for certain tasks than others. So company X could use cloud A for infrastructure, cloud B for app dev and testing, and cloud C for data localization in a region.

Most developers don’t care about multi-cloud. But they should.

Multi-cloud is a strategy where a business selects different services from different cloud providers because some are better for certain tasks than others. So company X could use cloud A for infrastructure, cloud B for app dev and testing, and cloud C for data localization in a region.

There's lot of hate out there for a text that amounts to little more than garbled words in an old language. The villagers are out there with a vengeance to get that Frankenstein, wielding torches and pitchforks, wanting to tar and feather it at the least, running it out of town in shame.

One of the villagers, Kristina Halvorson from Adaptive Path, holds steadfastly to the notion that design can’t be tested without real content:

While traditionally considered multi-cloud, this setup really only scratches the surface of what’s possible today. That’s because clouds A, B, and C are isolated from each other from a workflow perspective and there’s little or no data sharing across them. That’s where the real payoff is for developers.

While traditionally considered multi-cloud, this setup really only scratches the surface of what’s possible today. That’s because clouds A, B, and C are isolated from each other from a workflow perspective and there’s little or no data sharing across them. That’s where the real payoff is for developers.

Summing up, if the copy is diverting attention from the design it’s because it’s not up to task.

Typographers of yore didn't come up with the concept of dummy copy because people thought that content is inconsequential window dressing, only there to be used by designers who can’t be bothered to read. Lorem Ipsum is needed because words matter, a lot. Just fill up a page with draft copy about the client’s business and they will actually read it and comment on it. They will be drawn to it, fiercely. Do it the wrong way and draft copy can derail your design review.

3 Comments

John Doe

March 27, 2018 at 8:00 am Reply

While traditionally considered multi-cloud, this setup really only scratches the surface of what’s possible today. That’s because clouds A, B, and C are isolated from each other from a workflow perspective and there’s little or no data sharing across them. That’s where the real payoff is for developers.

John Doe

March 27, 2018 at 8:00 am Reply

While traditionally considered multi-cloud, this setup really only scratches the surface of what’s possible today. That’s because clouds A, B, and C are isolated from each other from a workflow perspective and there’s little or no data sharing across them. That’s where the real payoff is for developers.

John Doe

March 27, 2018 at 8:00 am Reply

While traditionally considered multi-cloud, this setup really only scratches the surface of what’s possible today. That’s because clouds A, B, and C are isolated from each other from a workflow perspective and there’s little or no data sharing across them. That’s where the real payoff is for developers.

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