Cloud portability gives you the agility to be more strategic
Most companies these days are managing an elaborate array of technologies — and it only gets more complex and expensive when you consider adopting cloud.
As you contemplate your move to the cloud, you must keep cloud portability in mind. You need to be able to put workloads wherever it makes most sense, both technically and economically.
There's more to it than just the best pricing and services for each workload. You also need to consider other important things: disaster recovery, meeting your SLAs, and making sure your customers have access to your products and services without interruption.
Wherever you choose to deploy your software — in a public cloud, private cloud, on physical and virtualized servers in your own data center — you must be able to ensure your security policies are being enforced. And you need constant visibility into the state of all your services, wherever they run.
Download this ebook to learn how to:
- Control costs.
- Stay flexible and avoid vendor lock-in.
- Ensure compliance with your organization's security requirements.
- Scale quickly as needed, when business demands it.