Hybrid Cloud – The modern business is digital, there’s no denying this. Those that aren’t have either been left behind already, or are in the process of being so. The connectivity we enjoy today, and the technology available to us, is creating countless possibilities in a world where everything computes and where everyone and every ‘thing’ – billions of devices, cars and homes, workplaces, stadiums, hospitals and factory floors – shares data. It’s what’s driving our businesses, and us as society, to a faster, more intelligent world.
But as these businesses become increasingly digitally native – run more applications, produce more data, and require increasing amounts of storage capacity – how do they ensure the mobility, reliability and visibility of data and information that enterprise IT applications require?
ver the last decade or so, we’ve seen this requirement drive a great deal of organisations to migrate towards cloud technology – arguably one of the most influential disruptors of business IT over the last ten years. Cloud computing has changed business by making it easier, cheaper and faster to run state-of-the-art IT architecture in any type of company – particularly within large enterprise.
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However, not all workloads are suited to only being stored within private or public cloud – this may be due to complex legacy systems, regulatory requirements within certain industries, or a multitude of other reasons that makes it unfeasible for some organisations to move everything to cloud environments. This has led to the rise of hybrid cloud solutions. Hybrid cloud combines public cloud and private cloud into a seamlessly blended infrastructure. Adding traditional, on-premise IT into the mix results in a full hybrid IT model that allows companies to take advantage of the public cloud pricing, the general flexibility of cloud computing, and the security of dedicated hardware.
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