Overcoming the Obstacle Blocking the Benefits of a Hybrid Cloud
Patience may well be a virtue, but for enterprises eager to get applications in the hands of end users, there is no virtue in standing by while IT administrators manually provision, change, and manage their legacy network infrastructure.
Business decision makers are increasingly pushing their IT organizations to deliver applications and services with speed and agility—the type of on-demand provisioning made possible by hybrid cloud architectures. In fact, 82 percent of enterprises have mapped out a hybrid cloud strategy to try and satisfy their appetite for urgency and flexibility.
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