Hybrid architectures solve key cloud inhibitors

Supplied by NetApp on Tuesday, 26 May, 2015


The world is increasingly public cloud-centric, but numerous challenges including security, data protection and performance concerns have inhibited even faster adoption of cloud in the enterprise.

Fortunately, new hybrid cloud architectures are emerging that can address the most important inhibitors to adoption.

One example is the multicloud private storage model which offers benefits including the ability to easily migrate to a new cloud, as well as increased flexibility, diversified risk and improved data security.


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