When an organization wants to optimize its resources by using the most cost-efficient cloud service for each workload type, while avoiding vendor lock-in and increasing its bargaining power among cloud service providers, which architecture model is it most likely implementing?
Multi-cloud strategy, to avoid dependence on a single cloud service provider and to take advantage of the best deals and services available from different providers.
Unified cloud management system, which uses a singular management interface for controlling disparate cloud resources.
Single-cloud strategy, committing to one cloud service provider for all workloads for simplicity and potential volume-based discounts.
Cross-cloud management, to ensure consistent operations and workload distribution across multiple cloud infrastructures.
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