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Supporting an ever-changing business environment by solely relying on legacy IT environment is hardly possible. Finding the right mix of physical infrastructure and cloud deployment options can help meet the performance needs while also building business agility. Hybrid cloud architecture does exactly that it offers the benefits of both public and private clouds as well as provides an opportunity to take advantage of the existing architecture in a on-premises IT environment.
Finding out which model works best for your business requires thought and assessment.
Traditional on-premises backup methods such as tape libraries and backup appliances can be a challenge to business scaling as data volumes grow and maintaining secondary standby sites can be prohibitively expensive. Cloud backup solves this issue.
Easily build solutions where primary data centre can be on-premises while the secondary setup can be hosted on the cloud. Additionally, primary setup can be in one cloud vendor while the secondary setup can be done in another.
Adding capacity to on-premises NAS and SAN storage arrays, and provisioning new ones on a regular basis, consumes staff time, budgets, and rack space. Sometimes it's impossible to get new capacity as quickly as applications and business groups need it, because of procurement cycles, hardware scalability or physical infrastructure and power limits.
Some industries which is security and compliance based will not expose the critical data to the outside world. At that case, the critical applications will be kept in on-premises while the non-critical applications can be hosted on the cloud through dedicated end- end connectivity to ensure secure connection.
Vast amount of raw data is produced everyday and manual handling of it is difficult. Big Data processing helps effortless management of complex data, the volume, velocity and variety of which are too big to be handled in traditional ways.
Cloud busting aids to dynamically deploy applications that generally run on a private cloud into a public cloud to meet expanding capacity requirements and peak demands when private cloud resources are insufficient.
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Hybrid cloud gives you the best of both worlds. In addition to being better for your budget, you can also pick and choose the different aspects of each cloud option that works for your unique needs. Depending on how much data you have and whether or not it is highly sensitive, you can make decisions that work for you and the growth of your business.
Migrating workloads to the cloud can dramatically improve growth and help discover the true potential of ones business. Cloud helps reduce physical IT infrastructure footprint and associated costs with it. Benefit from speed, economics, scalability and new technologies such as AI, Bigdata and Containers.
If your business has a development and test team, it may want public cloud access to quickly spin up and use computing resources for short windows. This agility allows easy exploration without the expense of procuring private infrastructure. It also provides more freedom to innovate when the team knows resources can be spun up for development. Thus helping to build and grow with cloud-native applications. Run them anywhere, as needed, thanks to a common platform and tooling layer.