Sponsored by SearchCloudComputing.com
A hybrid cloud can be a practical approach to entering the world of cloud computing. There's a lot to consider, though, and the shift is far from simple. This handbook looks specifically at why an organization might choose to go with a hybrid model; which workloads that organization should consider appropriate for the cloud; how to assess security risks; and what challenges should be expected when implementing a hybrid cloud project. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Choosing a hybrid cloud
- Hybrid cloud presents familiar challenges
- What's next? The future of hybrid in the enterprise
Premium Content for Free.
More Premium Content Accessible For Free
The cloud: Too much (or too little) of a good thing?
One of the major benefits of cloud services is efficiency. Without proper cloud capacity management, however, companies can miss out on that benefit....
In cloud planning, make room for storage
This handbook explores cloud-based storage in terms of cost, manageability, scalability, flexibility, latency/availability and more. It also looks at...
In the cloud, big data's a big deal
Big data analytics in the cloud may solve some problems, such as reducing data center infrastructure costs. But does it introduce new ones as well?