A hybrid cloud is a combination of two or more computing environments that share information and applications. These environments can include a private and a public cloud, or two or more private clouds. Hybrid cloud platforms connect public and private resources in different ways, but they often incorporate common industry technologies, such as Kubernetes to orchestrate container-based services. Other examples include AWS, Azure or VMware Cloud on AWS.
In some cases, you want to completely migrate to the cloud. In other cases, it is wiser to opt for a “this cloud strategy”. In this situation, you only migrate the infrastructure components and applications which would provide added value by running in the cloud, while the rest would continue running from your own data centre or office. SUE gives you advice and takes care of the design of your cloud architecture. This includes issues such as (inter)connectivity, “out-scaling to the cloud”, storage, availability, resilience, identity services, and security.
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Why hybrid cloud?
The purpose of this cloud form is to give businesses and enterprises the flexibility to use multiple computing environments to best suit their needs. For example, a business might use a public cloud for short-term storage needs, while using a private cloud for long-term storage. Or, a company might use a public cloud for development and testing purposes, and then move applications to a private cloud when they are ready to go live.
What does SUE offer?
SUE offers a variety of cloud solutions that can be tailored to fit the needs of your business or enterprise. With Sue’s hybrid cloud solutions, you can enjoy the benefits of both public and private clouds, while still maintaining control over your data and applications.
Benefits of using a hybrid cloud:
- Greater flexibility and choice: Organizations can use the hybrid cloud to access the best features of both private and public clouds. For example, they can use the public cloud for burst capacity or to quickly scale up their applications, while using the private cloud for more sensitive data and custom applications.
- Cost efficiency: By using multiple clouds, businesses can take advantage of price discounts by negotiating with multiple providers. They can also use different clouds for different workloads, which can result in cost savings. For example, they might use a public cloud for less sensitive data that doesn’t require the same high levels of security and performance as data stored in a private cloud.
- Ease of management: A hybrid cloud can be easier to manage than separate private and public clouds. Administrators can use a single console to manage all the resources and applications across the hybrid cloud.
For more information on SUE’s cloud strategies, please contact us today.