Hybrid Fundamentals

The one-size-fits-all approach to IT Infrastructure does not work for most organizations, and the most efficient option often requires a combination of different models.

While the term “hybrid” often refers to a deployment model combining public and private cloud, we believe it should extend beyond cloud.

Hybrid should encompass all of the various types of hosting environments that are available to IT organizations. Whether the execution venues are in the same physical location, dispersed geographically, collocated, implemented via a third party’s managed or dedicated hosting services or within a private or public IaaS, the ability to easily leverage each to address a given application requirement is what matters.

Hybrid infrastructure
We define this as a deployment model in which IT infrastructure is composed of two or more distinct infrastructure environments (private cloud, public cloud, hosted, dedicated servers or collocated servers) that remain unique entities, but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application management and portability.

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