What is Hybrid Cloud
The hybrid cloud is an environment that can include a combination of public cloud, private cloud and on-premise infrastructure. These instances have various integrations between them to allow data and applications to be shared while still remaining independent and secure. Hybrid Cloud has come to be known as being able to provide the best of all worlds because it provides consistency, flexibility and scalability without compromising security.
Why Hybrid Cloud
Meet unseen spikes in demand quickly and cost effectively.
Only pay for what you use and when you use it
Enable security for sensitive data without compromising agility
Reduce risk of downtime with uninterrupted services
Hybrid cloud computing environments provide organizations with flexibility and computing power via public cloud for non-sensitive computing tasks while keeping business-critical applications and data on-premise.
Employing a hybrid cloud environment enables organizations to scale computing resources and eliminates the need to make substantial investments just to handle short-term spikes in computing demand. It helps businesses to free up On-premise resources for more sensitive data or applications. Businesses can pay using a pay-as-you-go model for resources they temporarily use instead of having to buy and maintain additional resources and equipment that could remain idle over long periods during downspikes in demand. This results in substantial cost savings due to the economies of scale and expertise of seasoned cloud service providers.
Every hybrid cloud model is different and should evolve to best fit the unique needs of an organization. Deploying a hybrid cloud environment without the benefit of expert guidance can lead to performance issues across the organization.
Forsys, with its team of architects and engineers, can help you choose the right platforms and blend private and public clouds with your existing on-premise infrastructure seamlessly to improve Scalability, Stability and Security in a cost-effective manner.