Do you trust critical database workloads to the cloud?
The public cloud is now well-proven for a broad spectrum of business applications. First it was adopted for less critical uses, such as video-conferencing or file-sharing, sales tools or simply hosted email. Then came a second wave of new applications built on modern cloud-native infrastructures.
Today, a third wave of cloud adoption is underway, with organisations selectively moving existing business-critical applications and their underlying storage infrastructure to a public cloud, including some applications based on traditional high performance relational database stacks.