A message that businesses across all industries and segments are chanting –

“Give us some astounding technologies and show us the economical way that can help us grow and outflank our competitors”

Do you remember 1994? It was the year when the world discovered the Internet. The dawn of the Internet has brought revolution in the economic world, giving birth to an entirely new form of communication. Well, today the Internet is not a new thing, but it has got deeply amalgamated in our day to day lives. Just as the Internet did 22 years ago, now cloud computing, the next wave of competitive advantage, has taken the front seat – allowing businesses to engage with end-users, bolster revenue cycles, and capitalize on the new market opportunities at the modest costs. This is why, organizations – from the largest banks to telecom carriers, and government organizations to education sectors, everyone is leveraging benefits of the cloud

However, a few of the businesses are still struggling to determine which cloud model - public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud to deploy. Pick any report or survey, statistics clearly keep hybrid cloud on the top of all cloud models.

This blog attempts to present the unbiased facade of hybrid cloud:

Industries within and beyond the geographic boundaries are considering cloud technology not as a subject of verbal discussion but as a multi-dimensional technology that is embedded with all essential attributes to fuel innovation.

Scenario 1

Typically, businesses invest their huge amount of capital on IT to keep their basic applications and ongoing operations up and running. Entire stack of software, hardware components, and applications demands routine management and maintenance activities. Besides, they need to have professionals with hands-on-experience to fix the technical glitches, if any.

Scenario 2

Most of the organizations need to spend a lot on applications to support their business operations. As every organization is different so are their requirements. It is important to match the pace of growth and indispensable need of organizations all the time.

If reports are to be believed, more than half of the business budget accounts for procuring, managing, and maintaining IT needs.

Hybrid Cloud: A Beacon…

Hybrid Cloud – a combination of two cloud models, public and private, namely – enables businesses to cut down on their costs and move towards the path of transformation. If you have a new idea – explore it without worrying about hefty IT spending. It is found the most of the time, budget constraint obstruct the road of innovation and curtail development. By adopting hybrid cloud platform, businesses can explore new technology at the modest pay-as-go-service model.

You can provision hundreds of CPU cores, add bandwidth, or additional capacity by partnering with service providers at the fraction of the cost, which is simply intricate doing in-house. Once your need is over, you can dial it down. You can test thousands of your ideas and come up with something innovative, this is the power of hybrid cloud.

In addition to offering greater scalability, it also enables businesses to move workloads to where they make the most sense for their organization. Also, it allows them to merge and analyze different kind of data coming from various locations on a one centralized platform.

Hybrid Cloud Security: Baffles Many

The benefits associated with hybrid cloud are many, but still many businesses coming across from different arena such as healthcare, retail, and banking institutions hesitate deploying a hybrid cloud model owing to security concerns. It would be good to note that leading cloud service providers are implementing strict security policies, including encryption techniques, and undergo regular audit checks to protect confidential business data against all nuisances.  

A wisely chosen cloud hosting platform can improve business intelligence, provide deeper insights, and augment business’s bottom line performance. Hybrid cloud provides an access to enormous computing resources at lower IT costs.