New Report: Moving to an Azure Hybrid Cloud , NGD

New Report: Moving to an Azure Hybrid Cloud

By NGD 10 | January | 2018

New market analyst report available for download

With the release of Azure Stack, organisations with Microsoft and Linux workloads can now look to a smoother hybrid cloud experience; by providing a higher level of interoperability and workload fidelity with Azure Public Cloud than before.  However, organisations should still plan carefully to get the most out of their hybrid cloud and choosing a fit for purpose data centre will be essential in achieving optimum performance.

To help guide organisations through the evaluation process NGD has commissioned a white paper by leading market analyst firm Quocirca. It discusses the benefits and potential pitfalls of hybrid cloud implementations and the role and importance of colocation data centre partners in the effective delivery of these often complex environments.

Key Points:

  • The ‘hybrid cloud’ that most organisations will end up with is not just about effectively merging private and public cloud. Existing, more physically implemented workloads must also be included
  • Why reliance on the public internet and a ‘hotchpotch’ of wide area network connections can put many hybrid cloud implementations at risk
  • How colocation facilities with access to Microsoft ExpressRoute and using effective internal fabric networks will deliver significantly lower latency, for a more seamless user experience when connecting private, public and legacy environments

Our free white paper “Moving to an Azure Hybrid Cloud” provides the essential information you’ll need for ensuring your future hybrid cloud implementations live up to expectations.

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