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Unify Your Multi-Cloud Infrastructure & Management

What Are Multi-Cloud Management Services?

Multi-cloud management services let businesses leverage cloud computing resources from multiple vendors and outsource their security, performance monitoring, and support to third party professionals. While using multiple cloud platforms like Azure, AWS, and our own CoreCloud enables businesses to take advantage of the best features of each cloud solution, it also makes unified cloud management more complex. 

Our managed cloud service professionals handle your day-to-day cloud infrastructure management and maintenance for you. We streamline multi-cloud security, interoperability, and cost efficiency so you can spend less time wrangling cloud complexity and more time achieving your strategic business goals.

Business Implications


Multi-Cloud Management Services Essentials

Harness the power of a seamlessly integrated cloud environment with our multi-cloud infrastructure & management services. Trust our engineers, resources, and services to deliver value on your cloud investments.

Tailored consulting services help architect a multi-cloud environment that aligns with your business goals. Leverage platforms like Azure, AWS, and CoreCloud, we ensure your infrastructure is robust, scalable, and optimized for performance.

Visual mappings clarify how data moves between systems and services in your multi-cloud setup. Identify potential bottlenecks and ensure efficient data transfer and integration between Azure, AWS, CoreCloud, and various applications like M365 and Salesforce.

Comprehensive backup solutions safeguard your data across all cloud environments. Our strategies are tailored to work seamlessly with platforms like AWS, Azure, and CoreCloud to ensure your data is always available and recoverable.

We develop and implement stringent security policies tailored to your multi-cloud environment. Our policies are designed to protect your data and applications on Azure, AWS, CoreCloud, and across all utilized SaaS applications, ensuring compliance and mitigating risks.

We take a systematic approach to managing and mitigating risks associated with external vendors and service providers. Our TPRM processes integrate with your multi-cloud strategy, covering platforms like Azure, AWS, and applications like NetSuite, to ensure comprehensive security and compliance.

Our multi-cloud infrastructure & management service harnesses cutting-edge technologies to optimize your cloud strategy:

  • CoreCloud – Our secure and scalable private cloud solution provides robust infrastructure services.
  • CoreBDR – Our comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solution ensures your data is protected across clouds.
  • vCIO – Our strategic advisory services align your cloud technologies with your business goals.
  • M365 and Azure – Offers collaboration and cloud computing services to enhance productivity and infrastructure.
  • AWS – Delivers a wide range of cloud services for computing, storage, and networking.
  • SaaS Vendors – Integrates with top SaaS applications like Salesforce and NetSuite for specialized business functions.

Unified Cloud Management Benefits

Taking a multi-cloud cloud approach to cloud computing gives you best-of-the-best capabilities, but also introduces operational challenges. Keep the benefits – including digital transformation and cost efficiencies – and let us handle your unified cloud management.

Enhanced Security

Ensure business continuity & data availability by distributing workloads across clouds, minimizing risks of DDoS attacks & single points of failure​​.

Vendor Freedom

Avoid lock-in & get best-of-breed services from multiple vendors to meet specific pricing, performance, security, and compliance needs.

Optimized Performance

Minimize latency & improve user experience by geographically distributing apps & services with data centers close to users or customers​​.

Greater Flexibility

Scale storage & processing needs easily, ensuring your ability to adapt to changing business requirements & workload demands.

Disaster Recovery

Utilize distributed & redundant deployments across clouds for seamless failover & robust disaster recovery strategies​​.

Cost Management

Effectively optimize cloud spending by leveraging multiple providers to increase negotiating power & avoid unforeseen costs​​​​.


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What Our Customers Say

“When the Covid-19 Pandemic hit, we were nervous about the transition to remote work. With Coretelligent’s cloud first approach, we had the structure in place to seamlessly work from home. Since being home, they still deliver the same level of unmatched support. We couldn’t be happier with our partnership.”

“Protecting financial information starts with a highly-secure backup that is accessible from various locations. When the Coretelligent team explained their process around data backup and recovery, we knew that we had chosen the right partner to protect the financial information of all our clients.”

“Coretelligent is not just a technology partner; they are an extension of our team. Coretelligent, day after day, works closely to support, troubleshoot, and look after all our employees’ IT needs. They also monitor all our offices up and down the East Coast. In a work environment so reliant on technology—it is our #1 priority, operationally—having 24/7/365 day support allows us to successfully support and process our business.”

Let’s Talk About Multi-Cloud Managed Services

Tell us about your cloud computing needs. Our experts can provide flexible options for securing your resources and protecting your cloud investment.

FAQs About Multi-Cloud Managed Services

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An example of a multi-cloud strategy would be using Amazon Web Services (AWS) for computing and storage, Microsoft Azure for enterprise integration, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for analytics and machine learning projects. By using three cloud platforms in different capacities – instead of limiting yourself to one – you would enjoy AWS’s extensive service catalog, Microsoft Azure’s seamless compatibility with other Microsoft products, and Google’s strengths in AI and data analytics. Additionally, you could also integrate SaaS applications like Salesforce for CRM, NetSuite for ERP, and CoreCloud for secure, managed private cloud services. A multi-cloud strategy lets you optimize each cloud service’s unique strengths to meet specific operational needs.

Businesses that use multi-cloud solutions include:

  • Financial Services – For protecting sensitive customer information and meeting regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Life Sciences – For handling large volumes of research data and computational workloads.
  • Professional Services – For efficiency and robust IT infrastructure support for various client needs and internal operations.
  • Retail – For supporting e-commerce platforms, customer data analytics, and supply chain management.
  • Technology Startups – For developing and deploying applications rapidly across multiple environments.
  • Education – For running virtual learning environments, student information systems, and research projects.
  • Healthcare – For managing patient data, telehealth services, and clinical research.

These sectors benefit from the flexibility, enhanced performance, and optimized costs that multi-cloud strategies offer.

The difference between cloud and multi-cloud is essentially a question of strategy and service providers. 

Generally speaking, the term “cloud” refers to computing services (servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics) provided over the Internet (“the cloud”). If a company uses cloud computing services from only one vendor, this could be called a single-cloud approach. 

“Multi-cloud” describes a strategy in which businesses combine services from multiple cloud providers and platforms (public and private clouds) in order to leverage each platform’s unique strengths without being locked into a single provider. In this way, multi-cloud strategies can offer businesses more flexibility, performance, and redundancy.

The difference between cloud services and managed cloud services can be thought of as a matter of resources and maintenance.

Cloud services refers to providing cloud computing resources over the Internet. Cloud service professionals provide infrastructure, platforms, or software that businesses don’t have to maintain themselves on physical servers. 

Managed cloud services go a step further by also providing a suite of management services that covers cloud resource security, performance monitoring, and support. Managed cloud service professionals handle day-to-day cloud infrastructure optimization, management, and maintenance so businesses don’t have to worry about their cloud operations.

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