Hybrid cloud is a mixture of cloud services such as private, on premises and other third party public cloud derives with a link between the two platforms. A seamless hybrid cloud infrastructure with data portability at the click of a button. Historically, data center and cloud storage have had different performance, cost, and management characteristics.
We’ve partnered with the world’s leading cloud service providers (such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform) to deliver our storage services within their public cloud environment. Whether expanding for seasonal, geographical or bursting workloads, backup or disaster recovery, Our solution enables a truly seamless hybrid and multi-cloud strategy.
Hybrid cloud computing enables an enterprise to deploy an on-premises private cloud to host sensitive or critical workloads, and use a third-party public cloud provider to host less-critical resources, such as test and development workloads. Hybrid cloud is also particularly valuable for dynamic or highly changeable workloads. For example, a transactional order entry system that experiences significant demand spikes around the holiday season is a good hybrid cloud candidate.
Hybrid cloud is about maximizing workloads in the best environment and managing costs. It’s not necessarily all about public or private cloud, but how to orchestrate both. Hybrid cloud is slowly but surely becoming the new model for IT organizations and service providers. That means a mix of public and fully managed clouds that quickly enable scalability and growth while providing consistent uptime and cost management.
The private cloud element of the hybrid cloud model not only provides the security where it is needed for sensitive operations, but can also satisfy regulatory requirements for data handling and storage where it is applicable.