If you’re like most organizations, an expanding portion of your infrastructure and applications are in the cloud. In 2020, 61% of businesses migrated their workloads to the cloud in 2020 and by 2024, enterprise cloud spending will make up 14% of IT revenue globally. What’s more, the vast majority of organizations – 92% – have a multi-cloud strategy in place, which means IT organizations have a lot of cloud assets to track.
To ensure the business has the resources and computing power it needs to operate efficiently, they must make sure the cloud infrastructure is performing optimally at all times. This requires verifying that the cloud vendor is in compliance with best practices and industry standards. How can they do that? By performing a cloud audit.