From improved agility and flexibility, to cost-savings and faster delivery of business applications, business executives are looking at sourcing even the most critical enterprise applications in the cloud. And IT departments are learning quickly that public cloud service providers are not able to meet the requirements necessary to host mission-critical business applications.
In fact, many companies — for regulatory or other requirements — need certain data and applications to remain on premise. Others need the ability to better manage high-production workloads and add capabilities as the needs arise. And many want the ability to respond quickly to business demands.
The solution? Integrating legacy infrastructures, in-house, and public cloud deployments. A hybrid IT environment gives organizations the advantage of customizing their infrastructures and solutions to meet their specific data, security and regulatory, scalability, and capacity needs.
But how do organizations currently relying on just one solution get started? A good first step is to learn more about how to best approach a hybrid solution to boost business. Check out our infographic below to learn more about how hybrid IT can help solve your high-production workload challenges.
How would hybrid cloud support your business?