HOW DOES IT WORK?

An example of using hardware cloud would be for an organisation that needs to conform to industry standards (such as medical or financial) to make use of private cloud for critical, sensitive data as patient records or financial data. This sensitive data can be completely private, whereas less critical resources such as development platforms or some public websites can make use of the public cloud. These two systems can be managed through a mix of software and hardware so that data can easily be moved between the two. A case for moving data could simply be new regulations in place.

HOW IS IT USED? WHO IS IT USED FOR?

Hybrid cloud can be used by organisations for a variety of reasons to fit the requirements. Some of these reasons are:

  • Complete migrations to the cloud over time
  • Control cloud applications through on premise hardware
  • Upscale resources during peak times
  • Disaster recovery
  • Sensitive data storage
  • Private applications
  • Public applications

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

A hybrid setup proves to be a perfect fit for organisations that have dynamic and constantly changing workloads or requirements. The upscale benefits of public cloud allow administrators to move workloads from private to public in anticipation of increase demands. An example of this could be a retailer who is expecting high resource requirements during a sale or financial organisation that needs to move away from public cloud due to regulation changes.

The flexibility and upscaling are the major benefits of a hybrid cloud system that can be unlocked by many.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

A Hybrid cloud model comes with complexities and require assessment and planning before implementing the correct setup. At Technetics, we will work with your business to work out what is the best fit for you can assist with the business case for moving to hybrid cloud.

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