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Adobe multicloud strategy transforms network engineering
This article is part of the Network Evolution issue of October 2017, Vol. 8, No. 8
While some enterprises are using the cloud, others help it evolve. Adobe Systems began moving to a multicloud strategy over the last few years in its effort to deliver a seamless network experience for both its internal developers and customers. The multicloud approach means Adobe is partnering with companies such as Amazon, Microsoft and Cisco to connect its private cloud and public cloud components and move data closer to end users. Matt McBride, Adobe senior manager of network services, said the multicloud strategy has transformed how the organization develops both its networks and IT staff. We caught up with McBride to talk more about his projects, what's on the horizon for Adobe's network and what he does when he's not at work. Editor's note: This interview was edited for clarity and length. To read more about Adobe's multicloud strategy and the trends in cloud networking, see "Multicloud architecture takes hybrid cloud to new heights." How did Adobe's multicloud strategy begin? Matt McBride Matt McBride: I'm on the digital...
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