Dallas Technologies: Learn how Cloud Platforms Differ from each other
All Cloud Platforms are Not Equal
Today IT is faced with the challenge of trying to respond to rapidly changing business environments on limited budgets, needing to support legacy applications as well as new modern software applications. Businesses cannot afford to start over and build all new applications for the cloud. But if IT doesn’t respond with a supported cloud service, business units and individual developers go buy their own without the IT oversight that ensures reliability, security, compliance and governance. Cloud computing offers substantial benefits in terms of agility and cost-effectiveness but cloud platforms are not commodities, with one easily substituted for another.
Today, most companies want and need to have both onsite and offsite IT environments. Most cloud offerings, though, are only designed to run new applications, not support older legacy ones. And if your needs fluctuate, you overprovision, spending precious budget allocations on under-utilized resources rather than being able to move workloads as needed.
Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds
The software-defined data center (SDDC) gives you the basis for building a private, public or hybrid cloud, letting you deliver IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS). The SDDC architecture gives you a common management, orchestration, networking and security model across on-premise and off-premise environments.
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