AWS Hybrid, but not multicloud

At the end of his talk, Jassy reiterated his view that most companies will end up operating predominantly in the cloud, but it will take time to get there. Hence the need for hybrid resources - such as AWS Outposts , EKS and ECS Anywhere and AWS Direct Connect - as a necessary access ramp for corporate customers. 

“We think of hybrid infrastructure as including the cloud with other endpoints, including on-premises data centers. Customers want the same APIs, control plan, tools and hardware that they are used to using in AWS regions. Effectively, they want us to distribute AWS to these various endpoints. ” 

Many corporate customers want to run different workloads with multiple cloud providers, depending on their specific needs. In addition, many of these customers want to avoid excessive reliance on a single cloud.

For example, 37% of respondents to the IDG's Cloud Computing Survey this year cited the desire to avoid imprisoning suppliers as one of their main goals. 

Prior to the event, there were rumors that AWS would go further in launching a broader multicloud management option that would allow customers to manage Kubernetes workloads running on rival cloud infrastructure from Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure , as well like Google Cloud is trying to do with Anthos and Microsoft with Azure Arc, or the set of options from IBM that is offered through Red Hat .  

But that didn't happen on the first day of re: Invent. 

"With the notable exception of fully embracing multicloud services, AWS is gradually becoming more flexible in supporting a wide range of customer requirements," said Nick McQuire, senior vice president, CCS Insight , after the speech. 

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