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Optimize the full scope of your IT Organization with Open Hybrid Cloud Approach
Deciding which public and private clouds are right for each workload is a complex issue, and what you choose today won’t always be the best solution tomorrow. If you want to evaluate a multi-cloud strategy in the future, for example, or push deployments out to your network’s edge, it’s important that your software solutions don’t limit future options.
This demands a consistent, flexible platform across every environment you choose, and services like integration, data, analytics, and more to enable the different apps you release. But how do you sustain a long-term capability to bring together new clouds, tools, and integrations, especially when you can’t predict future needs?
To enable the full ecosystem of application services and infrastructures at your disposal, there’s only one broadly compatible foundation: open-source code.
The greatest benefit of a hybrid cloud strategy is the ability to choose the optimal solution for each task or workload. Even if you aren’t currently evaluating hybrid cloud, it can become a necessity for many organizations as they grow. For instance, you might use on-premises infrastructure to store sensitive data, and public cloud services for application development. You might use multiple public cloud vendors to meet a variety of local regulations or shift workloads from one provider to another based on pricing and demand. You may want to invest in an edge computing strategy to distribute greater compute and storage power closer to data sources and users in your network. A consistent platform running portable workloads can enable these choices now and in the future.
Join us and other industry leaders in this high-level gathering as we discuss how organizations can maintain some workloads on-premises while also supporting cloud-native development.