An Open Hybrid Cloud Architecture

An Open Hybrid Cloud Architecture


Many organizations have turned to the public cloud to quickly provide the services they need. This was giving end-users new levels of agility and allowed them to use computing as a utility. Unfortunately, this model was not appropriate for certain workloads and IT departments started to struggle with compliance, governance, and control over business critical assets.

To make matters worse, end-users expectations were skyrocketing, leading to rising demands for self-service, elastic infrastructure and applications, the ability to more rapidly deliver environments, and accelerated application development.

Download this valuable whitepaper now to learn about an open, hybrid cloud architecture that can help you meet these demands with:

  • Self-service
  • Elastic infrastructure
  • Accelerated application development
  • And more
Red Hat
04 Sep 2013
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