4 Essential Elements of a Hybrid Cloud Computing Environment

4 Essential Elements of a Hybrid Cloud Computing Environment


Attaining cost and productivity benefits from the cloud depends upon an organization’s ability to provide a highly sophisticated supporting infrastructure. And one of the most important ways to manage the underlying complexity of cloud computing resources is through the operating system.

This white paper explains more about the role of the operating system in cloud environments. Read on to learn about the four essential elements needed to create an operationally sophisticated hybrid cloud computing environment, which are:

  • Core security services
  • The ability to manage virtualization
  • Well defined interfaces that hide implementation details
  • Management of workloads to provide quality of service and performance
Red Hat
20 Nov 2013
20 Nov 2013
7 Page(s)
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