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Overcome Key Obstacles to Building A Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud can be the ideal cloud model for many businesses. The combination of private and public cloud provides the capacity on demand needed for disaster recovery or cloud bursting. As many […]

Understanding and Supporting Hyperconverged Network Demands

When evaluating the impact of hyperconverged infrastructure on your data center, it's important to remember that hyperconverged infrastructure affects your network as well as your servers and […]

Overcome the Cost Challenges of Hybrid Cloud

Surveys consistently show that businesses are opting for hybrid cloud because they hope to spend less than they would spend for on premises equipment. Achieving those cost savings requires careful […]

Choose the Right Approach to Using More Than One Cloud

When you have more than one cloud, it's important to be clear whether you have a hybrid cloud or a multi-cloud environment. The difference matters, because they support different goals and create […]

Technical and Business Considerations When Designing Your Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud means blending the public cloud's capabilities with the capabilities in your own, on-premises infrastructure. Making this architecture work requires making decisions about which […]

Use a Direct Connection to the Cloud To Improve Security, Performance, and Reliability

There are a number of challenges that need to be addressed when you use hybrid cloud. Moving data between the public and private sides of the cloud is one of the biggest. Relying on public […]

A Hybrid Cloud Is Not Two Clouds

Thinking of hybrid cloud as two separate clouds is the wrong approach. You need to think of hybrid cloud as a single integrated solution, because integration is the key to making hybrid cloud work.

3 Hybrid Cloud Use Cases That Don't Require Cloud Bursting

Cloud bursting has been difficult for many businesses to achieve. While the ability to share data and processing between on premises and public cloud resources offers a cost-effective method of […]

Should You Choose Platform as a Service?

You need to make many decisions when you decide to move to cloud, starting with the question of what kind of cloud you want to use. KPMG predicts Platform as a Service (PaaS) will be the fastest […]

Here Are 4 Good Reasons to Use a Hybrid Cloud

Your data center is likely already a hybrid blend of technologies, with Windows, Linux, virtual machines, SAN and NAS. Bringing in any new technology adds to the complexity and difficulty of […]

7 Tips for Keeping Your Hybrid Cloud Secure and Compliant

As hybrid cloud growth continues to grow, companies need to increase their efforts to ensure security and compliance policies apply to data and applications in the cloud. While using hybrid cloud […]

5 Challenges in Keeping Hybrid Cloud Data Safe

The defining characteristic of hybrid cloud is the need for data to be transferred between public and private clouds on an ongoing basis. That means choosing the right data transfer methods and […]

Get Ready for Hybrid Cloud By Planning for These 5 Challenges

Planning to use hybrid cloud? Get your data center ready by preparing for these 5 challenges.

Hybrid Cloud Means Data Is In Multiple Separate Environments

One of the promises of cloud is that it makes data accessible from anywhere, potentially breaking down the data silos that limit companies' ability to get the most value from their data. Yet if […]

Should You Rely on Cloud Bursting to Handle High Application Demand?

One of the most popular use cases for hybrid cloud is cloud bursting. This allows you to keep data and processing on your internal servers during normal workloads, while accessing additional […]

3 Steps to Getting the Hybrid Cloud Performance You Need

While many tasks are simpler in a cloud-based infrastructure, a few become more complex. Performance monitoring in a hybrid cloud requires monitoring the individual and combined functioning of two […]

5 Reasons Why Hyperconverged Infrastructure Should Be the Foundation of Your Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid clouds are half easy, half hard. The easy part is the public cloud—with that, you find a cloud provider and leverage their services. The hard part is what makes it hybrid: the private cloud […]

Use Hyperconverged Secondary Storage to Build Your Hybrid Cloud and Reduce Data Sprawl

Secondary storage. The name makes it seem less important than primary workloads, less deserving of focused attention. That lack of focus means that secondary storage can become a primary challenge […]

3 Decisions For Success With Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud means different things to different people. The "true" definition requires a public and private cloud coupled together, sharing the data and processing load for an organization. For […]

Three Steps to A Hybrid Cloud Solution

Building a hybrid cloud isn't a single project. Before you can integrate your private cloud with a public cloud, you have to have a private cloud. Since most companies don't have an existing […]

Address 6 Integration Challenges to Achieve Hybrid Cloud Success

The hybrid cloud is all about blending your on-premises equipment, data, and applications with equipment, data, and applications in the cloud. Optimizing the functioning of this hybrid cloud […]

Questions to Ask Before You Implement Your Hybrid Cloud

With hybrid cloud adoption continuing to grow—MarketsandMarkets estimates an annual increase of 22.5 percent through 2021—companies need to carefully review the technology and to make smart design […]

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