Transitioning to a Hybrid Cloud? Here’s How to Determine Your Capacity Needs

Hybrid Cloud Solution

Now that you've decided on a hybrid cloud solution, you need to determine the necessary capacity and usage. Transitioning to any new IT infrastructure requires very careful planning, and capacity planning is an important part of this. You will need to review your organization's present usage in addition to projecting out the resources that you will need in the future.

3 Reasons to Move to a Hybrid Cloud Solution in the New Year

Hybrid_Cloud_Solution-1.jpgHybrid cloud solutions are rapidly increasing in popularity as a best-of-both-worlds solution. Through a hybrid cloud deployment model, modern businesses can maintain private on-premise infrastructure while still acquiring all the benefits of a hosted cloud solution. Organizations still on the fence about a switch to cloud technology may want to consider a transition in the coming year, for a few major reasons.

The Key Benefits to Using Local Backup for Your Hybrid Solution

Local backups aren't obsolete - far from it. If you have a hybrid cloud solution, there are still some major advantages to keeping some or all of your data backed up on site. Local backups are often better secured, more accessible, and faster to deploy in the event of an emergency. Additionally, in a hybrid solution, there may also be resources that need to be limited to the internal network.