Transform Your Data Center
Today, IT managers to CIOs want flexible, scalable, and manageable infrastructures. They need their data center to effectively deliver end user services in a traditional data center, public cloud, or a combination of both. Organizations must consider end of support for mainstream software applications, as well as how to expand user choices to consume services. So it's no surprise that IT leaders are looking for more ways to leverage the cloud to transform their data center.
Upgrade an On-Premises Virtualized Data Center to a Private Cloud
A true private cloud builds from traditional server virtualization and offers distinct cloud attributes: pools of compute resources, broad data access, rapid scalability, self‑service provisioning, and measureable usage. Integrate that capability with an off-premises, hosted cloud solution and take advantage of expanded resource pools for burst, proximity, and the budget benefits of a hybrid cloud environment.
Build a More Flexible IT Environment
A hybrid model lets you reap the rewards of a cost-effective public cloud for non-sensitive data. You can also benefit from a private cloud for critical, confidential data. Leverage the public cloud, as needed, with existing applications that are already in the data center and assets in the private cloud for a flexible IT environment. Hybrid cloud infrastructures offer enhanced agility and have emerged as a new, powerful, and cost-effective way to deliver IT services beyond traditional on-premises models.2