Part 1: The future is hybrid

In order to facilitate quick and agile growth, companies need to build flexible, scalable digital solutions. In this two part blog series, we will discuss the challenges of choosing the right cloud and the advantages of adopting a hybrid cloud infrastructure. 

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One of the key decisions a business faces when adopting a cloud strategy is choosing between public and private cloud. When choosing the right cloud infrastructure for your business needs there is often a trade-off between public and private cloud. While a public cloud may be initially easy and more affordable to set up, it is not as secure as a private cloud, which is hosted internally or by a trusted third party.

The main challenges that need to be taken into consideration when choosing a cloud structure are security, costs, scalability, and control. 

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In this month’s Knowledge Exchange, we evaluate the growing trend of enterprise and mid-market companies to migrate to cloud computing and examine the advantages and potential disadvantages of adopting a hybrid cloud strategy and what is needed to manage the process.

Data visibility and management across multiple environments is one of the biggest headaches for enterprises that have or are in the process of migrating to hybrid, multicloud computing environments, according to recent research from cloud specialist, Nutanix. It found in its global Enterprise Cloud Index, survey of 1,450 IT Decision makers (ITDMs) that
the ‘majority’ of IT teams surveyed were: “Leveraging more than one IT infrastructure…but struggle with visibility of data across environments with only 40% reporting complete visibility into where their data resides.” Although there is no right way or wrong way for businesses to adopt a cloud strategy, Hybridcloud appears to be the more popular way for businesses to drive digital transformation, especially during the last few years following the pandemic.

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