The Future of Hybrid Cloud: What It Looks Like and How to Get There
sponsored by HP & Intel®

The big question everyone is asking today is: which hybrid cloud scenario best fits my requirements? Hybrid refers to any assortment of external/internal environments that includes at least one cloud environment to meet the requirements of your application portfolio. If done strategically, organizations can best fit sourcing of applications by specific architecture, security requirements, and usage.

There is still limited information as to the look and feel of this hybrid reality, or the challenges and barriers that slow its adoption. Read this white paper to better understand this current and future state of hybrid. Some topics you will find included are:

  • Hybrid cloud: because one size doesn’t fit all
  • Cloud users already at hybrid
  • Public cloud isn’t going away
  • Cloud adoption limiting factor to hybrid cloud
  • Enterprises look to train employees

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