An increasing number of small enterprises and businesses seeking to more fully control IT spend and data are turning to hybrid cloud, a computing environment that integrates both public and private cloud platforms. This flexible cloud approach enables organisations to customise their infrastructures for future growth and access a unified experience to scale operations. By providing the right infrastructure for applications and workloads, companies can achieve greater resilience to successfully meet total cost of ownership (TCO) targets.
Understanding the essential steps for successful hybrid cloud adoption — from cloud ready servers that deliver efficient application performance and flexibility to hybrid cloud architectures — makes it easier for small enterprises and businesses to control data and scale to meet changing demands. Here’s what you need to know.