Many organizations are turning to the public cloud, taking advantage of the speed it enables developers to deploy applications in their organizations. According to IDG in their 2018 Cloud Computing Survey, 73% of organizations have at least one application, or a portion of their computing infrastructure in the cloud. But in some cases, certain data and applications cannot run in the public cloud due to data sovereignty and compliance policies.
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