Hybrid cloud computing has changed the way we handle data. BraveIT sponsor, Pure Storage discusses how they approach both.
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Category: Hybrid Cloud
Post-acquisition, a managed cloud provider can help you coordinate a hybrid cloud infrastructure that includes a mix of cloud and non-cloud resources.
So, you have cloud and non-cloud workloads. What is the best way to manage them? Many turn to hybrid cloud computing hosting providers.
Choosing the right cloud platform for your workloads is key to an effective cloud strategy. In this post, we compare the major cloud platforms.
This year at BraveIT 2019, IT leaders discussed their IT and digital transformation efforts and successes.
As IT departments position themselves for revenue generation, they need Managed Service providers to offer hybrid approaches using XaaS solutions.
As businesses adopt more multi-cloud and hybrid IT configurations to support various apps and workloads, it’s important to choose the right type of cloud connectivity. In this post, we explore why connectivity is vital to these environments.
Many don’t realize that the wrong cloud deployments could be leading the marriage of the cloud and digital transformation off course. Read about how to do it right.
For many businesses, preparing for digital transformation means making big decisions, like deciding which data and applications they will migrate to the cloud or what kind of environment they should deploy. Research has shown that many companies are adopting a hybrid cloud approach.
In the digital transformation era, business innovation is highly IT-dependent; therefore, IT leaders will adopt increasingly hybrid IT environments with a growing array of cloud-based services that en
As the IT industry evolves to meet the digital transformation needs of enterprises, the focus is now moving to multi-cloud & hybrid cloud computing.
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