Combine workload portability, orchestration, and management across 2 or more environments with the Hybrid Cloud services from FPT Telecom International
What is a Hybrid Cloud?
The hybrid cloud stands for a cloud computing environment
that uses a combination of on-premises infrastructure, private clouds and public cloud
services with orchestration between the two platforms or more.
Separate clouds become hybrid when those environments are connected as seamlessly as possible. Hybrid cloud environments may include:
With such mix, organizations can reap the advantages of both. In a hybrid cloud,
data and applications can move between private and public clouds for greater flexibility
and more deployment options. So the public cloud can be used for high-volume, lower-security
needs such as web-based email, and the private cloud (or other on-premises infrastructure)
can be used for sensitive, business-critical operations like financial reporting.
In a hybrid cloud, “cloud bursting”is also an option. This is when an application or resource runs in the private cloud until there is a spike in demand, at which point the organization can “burst through” to the public cloud to tap into additional computing resources.
Benefits of a Hybrid Cloud
Maintain a private infrastructure for your sensitive assets.
You can take advantage of additional resources in the public cloud when you need them.
With the ability to scale to the public cloud, you pay for extra computing power only when needed.
Transitioning to the cloud doesn’t have to be overwhelming because you can migrate gradually—phasing in workloads over time.
Advantages of a Hybrid Cloud
A properly designed, integrated, and managed hybrid cloud can be as secure as traditional on-premise IT infrastructure. While there are some unique hybrid cloud security challenges (like data migration, increased complexity, and a larger attack surface), the presence of multiple environments can be one of the strongest defenses against security risks. All those interconnected environments let enterprises choose where to place sensitive data based on requirements, and it lets security teams standardize redundant cloud storage that can augment disaster recovery efforts.
Build an agile multi-cloud network of your preferred clouds
Run workloads where they perform best
Be able to move workloads between environments
Securely connect your environments
Consolidate IT resources
Size your dedicated environment based on your capacity requirements
Scale out and quickly provision new resources
Incorporate a single, unified management tool
Orchestrate processes with the help of automation