Transforming Hybrid Cloud’s Theoretical Benefits into Operational Reality
Blending the strengths of public and private clouds requires a combination of software and systems infrastructure that spans from the cloud to the network edge.
As growing numbers of companies pursue the benefits that hybrid cloud deployments promise, many have come to realize that the phrase “great in theory, difficult in practice” is not just a cliché. If companies lack the proper systems and support, it’s no simple matter to achieve desired payoffs from the blending of public and private cloud infrastructures, workloads, and data.
Even so, there are clear incentives for organizations to tackle the hybrid cloud challenge. After all, public cloud services have gained broad acceptance and adoption thanks to their ability to reduce on-site capital and operational expenses and to be rapidly deployed, easily reconfigured, and quickly scaled up ...