Thursday, 26 June 2014

Hybrid Cloud

Something About Hybrid cloud computing

  A hybrid cloud offers both affordability and security by splitting business requirements so that each process demand goes into the right cloud as private cloud has the problem with higher cost and public cloud has some security concerns but the hybrid cloud can overcome over this problem. With shrinking IT budgets and rising business demands, companies are looking for an intermediate model of cloud computing technology. The hybrid cloud computing solution rightly fits into this space. By integrating the public cloud with the private cloud; businesses get the flexibility to isolate sensitive data while still benefiting from the many advantages offered by the cloud.
What is hybrid cloud computing?
    A hybrid cloud is basically a combination of at least two clouds; the clouds may be the mixture of public, private, or community. In short, a hybrid cloud computing solution strikes the right balance between scalability, agility, performance, operational flexibility.
Benefits of hybrid cloud computing
A public cloud brings world class technologies into your environment at an affordable price. At the same time, security issues are a concern. A private cloud is solutions for these security issues but is expensive. A hybrid cloud offers both these benefits by splitting business processes so that each process demand goes into the right cloud. Following are some advantages:
Flexible business operations
The greatest benefit offered by hybrid cloud technology is the flexibility in operating your business. Every enterprise runs multiple business processes that are different in nature. While some processes work on critical data, some of them perform regular day-to-day activities. If a business function does not process critical data, you can use a public cloud to run the project. At the same time, mission critical functions can use a private cloud.

Optimized costs
One of the main benefits of the cloud is reduced costs. Depending on your business processes, you can configure your hybrid cloud using private and public clouds. As mission critical processes are comparatively fewer, the operational expenditure is greatly reduced by scalable solutions offered by the cloud.
Enhanced security

One of the main concerns of a public cloud is data integrity and security. Hybrid clouds offer extra security to your data. By keeping your data out of the public cloud, companies can add extra security to business processes. At the same time, applications can seamlessly work between different environments to reduce operational costs.

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

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