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There’s a chance you might have heard about multi-cloud in the last year or so. And for good reason, too. According to IBM’s State of Multicloud report, 30% of organisations are using three or more clouds, while multi-cloud strategies are rapidly becoming an established part of the digital playbook, with 21% of businesses overall describing it as their ‘most important initiative’.

We hear plenty about its potential for getting apps into production quickly. But what about doing the same for data? Well when it comes to cloud data warehousing (an enterprise system used for storing data from various sources), it’s generally the case that two (or more) clouds are often better than one, given the variety and complexity of data handled in the modern day.

A multi-cloud architecture can present any number of combinations of cloud platforms and cloud data warehouses (CDWs), and there are a multitude of factors that might compel an organisation to set up their infrastructure in this way. However, there are several common use cases and reasons that we see every day:

  • Meeting regional needs – The need to fulfil data compliance and sovereignty requirements, as well as the freedom to scale up and down in the different markets that make most sense for your business
  • Data recovery – Multi-cloud architectures can be a safeguard against cloud outages, disasters and other expected downtime by having your data stored across multiple platforms and warehouses
  • Vendor diversification – Multi-cloud allows greater flexibility for your organisation should either pricing, storage or compute offerings change on their end, or demand for data on yours. It’s also well known to be a boon to businesses trying to avoid vendor lock-in, especially those tied to legacy, data-intensive applications and platforms
  • Different tools for different needs – Data and IT teams are not homogenous; they contain people with a whole range of experience and preferences using different tools, technologies and datasets to support the varying needs of different lines of business, meaning a diversity of cloud environments is key to meeting their needs.

However, multi-cloud isn’t a silver bullet solution and, like any technology, comes with its own data risks and challenges to navigate. Without a solid underlying strategy for where to store and execute against your data in the cloud, organisations risk facing serious problems. Let me explain why.

 Solving the multi-cloud puzzle

Inherently, a multi-cloud configuration creates data silos, with data stored in various data warehouses and lakes across multiple platforms, locations and environments. This outcome is by no means intentional, but leads to inconsistencies in output as individuals apply their own rules to and work on different streams of data. Ultimately, such silos are a major obstacle to that “single source of truth” that businesses so desperately seek, as well as their efforts to become truly data-driven.

Portability is also a major cause of this; organisations find it hard to break out of data silos because their data is stored in different formats across a variety of technologies and platforms. Vendor lock-in is so common partly because of this lack of interoperability between providers, and while portability solutions exists, at present they’re expensive to obtain and maintain. 

Both data silos and the lack of portability are ongoing issues, because moving data between platforms or regions can pose a data security risk without the correct governance, processes and security controls in place. So how can businesses safeguard against these data challenges and ensure they capitalise fully on the freedom, flexibility and efficiencies associated with a multi-cloud architecture?

First we need to remember that multi-cloud architectures are not one-size-fits-all, just as business problems aren’t either. They can comprise a mix of public and private cloud infrastructures, or use a variety of different cloud data warehouse providers, such as Amazon Redshift and Snowflake. Or perhaps you might be hosting operational data stores in AWS but migrating and doing data analytics in Azure. Often multi-cloud is all of these at once!

Whatever the scenario, a unifying data management layer that allows for the secure passage of data across warehouses, platforms and regions is always paramount. It sets the foundation for ‘Cross-cloud’ data sharing, in which organisations deploy a single type of cloud data warehouse that can operate on multiple cloud data platforms. Snowflake customers can launch their CDW on AWS, Google Cloud and Azure, for example. Or you could flip this configuration, and use a single underlying cloud platform and multiple CDWs.

Whatever solution you opt for, a strong data transformation and loading process is essential if you’re to extract maximum value from your data in a multi-cloud infrastructure. Although these architectures can be complex without the right integration strategy, it ultimately helps data teams to be more productive, flexible and efficient. When fed into a robust data strategy across the organisation, this allows then companies to take away more value from their data and make more informed decisions – the ultimate silver lining sought from any cloud.

Thu, 14 Jul 2022 18:00:00 -0500 Dave Langton en-GB text/html
Killexams : Meet 15 Winners Of IBM Smartcamp Bangalore Regional Finals

Culminating its local finals in all the nine startup hotspots (cities), IBM Global Entrepreneurship Program, has selected startups from the regional finals, which was held on November 6, 2015 at Bangalore.



Selected startups from all the local final destinations pitched to the jury consisting of Dulles Krishnan – Executive Director-Asia Pacific at IBM Smart Commerce, Usha Amin – Co-Founder of SAHA FUND, Venkat Raju – Strategic Consultant at ANSR-Kyron Group, Ravi Gururaj – Chairman & Co-Founder of Frictionless Ventures, Shailesh Ghorpade – Managing Partner at Reservoir Ventures, Parag Dhol – Managing Director at Inventus Capital Partners, Dr. Srikanth Sundarajan of Helion Ventures, Sanjay Anandaram – Partner at Seedfund Ventures, V Balakrishnan – Chairman at Reservoir Ventures, Denny Kurien – Chapter President & CEO at Keiretsu Forum Bangalore and Bharati Jacob – Founder & Partner at SeedFund.

Meet 15 Startups that qualified the Smartcamp 2015 Bangalore Regional Finals


Winner of Hyderabad local finals, StoreONGO, aims to be the mobile first power listing platform for 20+ Mn businesses and professionals with their products, offers and services, by delivering mobile presence for businesses.



Winner of Hyderabad local finals, Meltag’s platform, weaves seamless shopper engagement workflow by providing an omni-channel experience across Text (SMS), Voice (IVR/Missed Call), Twitter, FB, PoS and mobile apps. Meltag helps companies to segment, target and profile consumers by mapping and processing external research data.



Winner of Bangalore local finals, SnapShopr, is a visual technology platform designed for retailers to make searching in online catalogues easier.



Winner of Bangalore local finals, Lightmetrics, is a smartphone-based driver monitoring solution that gives a 360-degree view of driving behaviour by providing visual context to driving data.



Winner of Hyderabad local finals, GOOSE Technologies, is a labelling and artwork management (LAM) solution provider. It has developed a world-class integrated technology platform for changing Pharma landscape called Harmony that automates entire label and artwork management collaboration process in real time by linking the checklist points directly to the regulatory guidelines, which are used to review regulatory guidelines around content, accuracy of dates and manufacturing details etc.


mediboxMedibox Technologies LLP

Winner of Bangalore local finals, Medibox technologies, provides software platform that will allow patients to search for healthcare facilities such as pharmacies, hospitals and blood banks in India. The solution is cloud based with a mobile application that can work on any portable device.



Winner of Chennai local finals, Tagalys, allows online retailers to fully customise their site search, product recommendations, merchandising and product sorting functionalities, along with tag based reporting and analytics to increase revenues.


appiyoAppiyo Technologies

Winner of Chennai local finals, Appiyo is a private social and computing platform on cloud and mobile for actionable big data, IOT and tasks on mobility devices. It provides ‘Actionable (Structured) Messaging’ to bring about a behavioral change in how one interacts with the computing world using actionable messaging with-in instant messengers.


whatfixWhatfix (Quicko Technosoft Labs Pvt Ltd)

Winner of Bangalore local finals, Whatfix, is a cloud platform for creating interactive support FAQs, training material and tutorials, which can be integrated with ease across all touch-points – be it inside applications, blogs, knowledge base, etc.


worxogoWorxogo Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Winner of Bangalore local finals, Worxogo, provides enterprise gamification solutions through enterprise design thinking, behaviour design and persuasive technologies. Its proprietary PersuAct Engine is deployed across areas of sales transformation, provider transformation and innovation management.


transneuronTrans Neuron Technologies

Trans Neuron Technologies is a Learn to Launch (L2L) Company, aims to transform students into industry-ready professionals by helping them obtain industry-relevant certifications, giving them opportunity at industry projects and internships. This helps enhancing employability skills to make students better equipped for the corporate world.


fluturaFlutura Business Solutions Private Limited

Winner of Bangalore local finals, Flutura, is a niche big data analytics solutions with a vision to transform operational outcomes by monetising machine data. It does so by triangulating economic impactful signals from fragmented data pools.



Winner of Bangalore local finals, Pickcel, is a cloud-based digital signage platform to create campaigns on the public screens. It targets the audience with relevant information through impactful and engaging visuals.


prekshPreksh Innovations Pvt Ltd

Winner of Bangalore ocal finals, Preksh, offers visual commerce marketplace, a patented (files) technology, that enables consumers to virtually walk-through real-life stores and shop for their favorite products online. The platform helps users to engage with the customers online apart from store brand promotion and driving more footfalls to offline stores.


parabluParablu Inc.

Winner of Bangalore local finals, Parablu, is a smart cloud security solutions for the digital enterprise that enables privacy, security and control of digital assets in public, private or hybrid clouds. It helps enterprises migrate and manage their data in the cloud securely.



The event had morning session wherein startups pitched to a panel of VCs and IBM Execs thereby gaining feedback and an evening session involved presenting to a Panel of CIOs and a larger audience.

IBM Global Entrepreneur Program has successfully concluded its SmartCamp 2015 at all the local final destinations viz Kochi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Vizag, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

The event has started with its regional finals. The next regional final destination is Delhi and Mumbai.

Later, IBM GEP will culminate a final showdown wherein top six startups will pitch to eminent VCs.

IBM’s SmartCamp 2015 is a startup challenge for B2B startups to help them build, innovate, scale and accelerate via IBM’s global network of enterprise clients, consultants and innovation centres.

Audience who would like to hear about the winner solutions and meet them can register for the evening session at the url here. Startups too can apply by filling the form here.

[This article is part of a sponsored series by IBM SmartCamp]

Wed, 13 Jul 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html
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