Published On: Jun 19, 2017 8:01:00 AM
As today’s business and IT leaders navigate the turbulent waters of digital transformation, the focus for many is on enabling hybrid cloud capabilities while managing exponential data growth.
The promises of full hybrid cloud functionality beckons — seamlessly move enterprise workloads on- or off-premises as needs dictate, providing cost savings and flexibility.
Enjoy the economics, scalability and innovation of cloud services without sacrificing the security and customization of private resources.
We're all grappling with hybrid cloud deployment
Recent industry surveys show that 80-percent of enterprise IT organizations have committed to hybrid cloud infrastructures, making this one of the top IT trends of the year.
But the reality is that enabling hybrid functionality within today’s enterprise IT environments has its challenges, with data storage issues at the top of the list.
As enterprises work to create and support modern next-generation digital applications that can transform customer experiences and conquer new markets, they are finding that the data storage systems of their hybrid cloud environments — often legacy SAN systems — create a stumbling block.
Traditional data storage simply cannot overcome today’s hybrid cloud challenges of scale, integration and flexibility to deliver true data mobility.