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Identifying the elements of a comprehensive hybrid infrastructure
Hybrid infrastructure environments are becoming increasingly popular because of the flexibility and performance benefits they provide IT organizations and developers. By connecting physical environments that reside in colocation or hosting venues with cloud, companies can fully leverage legacy IT investments while improving the performance, security, and cost efficiency of hosted applications.
As these benefits have become clearer, service providers have rushed to bring “hybrid” service offerings to market. This white paper suggests a new, comprehensive definition of hybrid infrastructure, and discusses common misinterpretations of hybridization.
Download this white paper to learn the elements that comprise a comprehensive hybrid environment. You’ll learn:
- An expanded definition of hybridization
- The benefits of hybrid hosting environments
- Obstacles to seamless hybridization
- Capabilities of a complete hybridized environment