"Multicloud" refers to a multi-cloud infrastructure with connections to hyperscalers.

An economical, efficient, and flexible multicloud solution based on the Colobridge cloud with connections to hyperscalers AWS, GCP, and Azure. Data hosting in Germany across two certified data centers, with 24/7 support in your native language.
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Benefits of Multi-Cloud

Independence from a Single Cloud Provider

Avoid the risks associated with using a single cloud provider — changes in service terms, sudden cost increases, and the shutdown of specific services.

Selecting the cloud for a specific task

Place data and workloads on cloud platforms that best suit them in terms of performance, cost, security, and scalability.

Cloud Cost Optimization

Choose cloud products and service providers that offer the most functional and performant solutions for their price.

Risk Management

Centralize multi-cloud backup and disaster recovery, selecting the best cloud platforms for these purposes. Easily move workloads between clouds.

High Fault Tolerance

Distribute workloads among different service providers to achieve a consistently operational IT infrastructure without a single point of failure.

Rapid Innovation Deployment

Reduce the time spent on testing and implementing cutting-edge solutions in your industry by integrating new products and adopting innovative technologies as soon as they become available from a cloud service provider.

Why Colobridge

Information security at the legislative level of Germany

 Data centers are among the “World Top 5 Data Center Operators”

 Multilingual expertise and professional technical support 24×7×365

 High quality of service — 4.9 points for evaluation. Support service response — up to 15 minutes

Reviews and our clients

During our cooperation, Colobridge GmbH has proved itself as a reliable partner with profound competencies in IT services. Individual approach to the client, flexibility and readiness for customized solutions make Colobridge GmbH stand out from the other providers.

Yaroslav Tkachenko

Head of IT Support, StarLadder

Colobridge has proved itself as a reliable and professional partner in the field of information technology services. Services are provided in compliance with deadlines, quality indicators, as well as in a timely and professional manner.
Serhiy Bobylev

Manager of Tender Procedures Department, DTEK Dnipro Electricity Networks JSC

The advantages of a multi-cloud solution on the Colobridge platform

Any configuration of cloud infrastructure (IaaS)

We will provide cloud infrastructure with the required configuration of computing resources (CPU, RAM, HDD) tailored to the actual needs of workloads without the need to purchase, configure, or maintain hardware or virtualization systems independently.

Uptime and availability of 99.95%

Your data will be available 99.95% of the time even in the basic tariff. Additionally, we can specify individual SLA conditions with financial guarantees on our side in the contract.

Free trial for 7-14 days

We will provide trial virtual resources for evaluating the compatibility of the chosen configuration with performance, speed, and platform stability requirements, as well as to determine the actual level of service from technical support.

Hyper-V Virtualization

We will host your data in the Hyper-V cloud, which supports a wide range of guest OSes, ensures stable and fault-tolerant operation of virtual servers, and enables easy scalability as workload demands grow.

Cross-connect with public cloud hyperscalers

We will directly connect your cloud in Colobridge to any of the three global cloud service providers — Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. Their computing resources are housed in the same data centers we use.

Smooth Cloud Migration

We will plan and migrate your workloads and data to the cloud in a way that eliminates or minimizes downtime for critical services. If needed, we will administer and maintain your cloud infrastructure on the Colobridge platform.

Multicloud FAQs

What is multicloud?

The multi-cloud approach involves an organization using two or more public clouds from different providers. Implementation possibilities of a multi-cloud strategy:

  • include tailoring clouds to specific workloads;
  • leveraging cost-effective solutions from each service provider;
  • minimizing risks associated with reliance on a single cloud provider;
  • reducing time for innovation deployment;
  • adhering to corporate and regional security policies;
  • and adapting IT infrastructure to actual business needs.

To connect cloud environments from different service providers, a multi-cloud networking is often used. It enables the connection of core clouds with clouds at the edges of computation, ensuring stable performance for all workloads and reducing costs associated with maintaining multi-cloud infrastructure.

Who is multicloud suitable for?

The multi-cloud approach would be an optimal choice for organizations that want to:

  • Avoid dependence on a single cloud service provider;
  • Reduce expenses related to maintaining cloud IT infrastructure;
  • Ensure high availability of all data and services;
  • Quickly test and implement innovative solutions;
  • Achieve minimal latency across different regions;
  • Meet regional compliance requirements.

What is the difference between multicloud and hybrid cloud?

Sometimes the terms “multi-cloud” and “hybrid cloud” are used interchangeably, but this is incorrect. Multi-cloud involves using cloud products from two or more providers for different workloads. Meanwhile, hybrid cloud involves deploying workloads across different computing environments, which may include one or more public clouds as well as private cloud or on-premises data center. Hybrid cloud is typically chosen because a full transition to public clouds is too costly, requires excessive resources, or the company wants to store critical data in a controlled environment.

What does the multi-cloud infrastructure implementation service include?

Colobridge specialists, as part of preparing and migrating your workloads to the cloud, will perform the following tasks:

  • Assess the current state of the infrastructure, classify workloads, and develop a technical specification.
  • Assist in selecting cloud product providers on the Colobridge platform and among hyperscalers.
  • Develop a migration plan for individual workloads and data to the cloud.
  • Gradually migrate client services to minimize downtime or eliminate it altogether.

What is multi-cloud storage?

A multi-cloud storage solution is an architecture based on multiple cloud services from different providers. A key requirement is having a unified data management interface that enables easy movement of data between different public clouds. Multi-cloud storage enhances flexibility, security, and reliability of storage, reduces costs, and ensures better compliance with local requirements. This can be implemented in various ways. The most obvious approach is to use cloud services from hyperscalers and local cloud providers that offer object and block storage.

How to calculate the cost of multicloud?

The total cost of a multi-cloud solution is calculated as the sum of expenses for all public clouds and the tools for centralized management of them. Generally, multi-cloud solutions are more cost-effective compared to hybrid solutions. This is because with multi-cloud, there’s no need to purchase, manage, and maintain private cloud or on-premises infrastructure.
Multicloud cost optimization primarily involves selecting individual products considering their costs across different service providers. However, the second equally important criterion is always the requirements of the workloads themselves. Only in this case can one speak of a pronounced economic effect from implementing a multi-cloud model.
Additional factors influencing the cost of multi-cloud include tools for automated resource management in public clouds, intelligent workload distribution among clouds, and the use of templates.

How is security ensured in a multicloud?

A multi-cloud strategy allows for the selection of cloud products from different providers based on criteria such as security and compliance with regulatory requirements. Each provider is responsible for the operation of the infrastructure hosting the virtual environment for hosting client workloads. Additionally (often upon client request), the service provider may offer protection in the form of FWaaS or data encryption. At the same time, the client is responsible for the security of all resources they deploy in the cloud: this includes implementing security policies, access control, enabling multi-factor authentication, and other protective measures.
Consistency is crucial in a multi-cloud strategy: ensuring that the same principles and security policies apply when performing similar operations in different public clouds. This is partly achieved by automating security tasks to reduce the impact of human error and by avoiding piecemeal security solutions that involve using separate, poorly integrated tools. It is also important to establish a single point of control — organizing multicloud management security from a unified panel.

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