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Hybrid Cloud Hosting and Its Market Value - Priti Shetti - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Hybrid Cloud Hosting and Its Market Value

The rage over the superiority of private cloud and public cloud will continue for years to come. In the meanwhile, hybrid hosting made its appearance in the market, which remained a buzzword for quite a long time, but not so long though. Organizations still wonder if hybrid cloud is the right solution for their hosting needs.

Although business enterprises have made a huge progression in terms of technology by adopting numerous advanced techniques, but they step back when it comes to cloud services .The questions always arise in opposition that how hybrid cloud is better than private cloud and public cloud, individually. Each has its benefits. While private cloud provides full-fledged control and highest security standards, price might become an issue here. On the other hand, public cloud turns to be an economical choice, but can’t compete with the security features and flexibility of private cloud. That’s when hybrid strikes in; a combination of private and public cloud.

 

 

Distributing data across

The conventional set of web hosting serves its purpose, but when we compare it with the latest hybrid type, it is not as convenient and effective. Data distribution across two platforms proves beneficial in many ways. Most companies tend to locate their mission-critical data on private cloud, while use public for storage of non-confidential information. Such advantageous features don’t come in handy with the traditional hosting that earns votes for hybrid hosting. So the link between these two platform builds flexibility that enables organization to generate potential strategies.

According to researches, hybrid cloud growth is estimated to reach $84.67 billion in 2019 and the advancement is expected to move upward.

 

Consider this before choosing a hybrid host

There are few concepts that you need to take into account while finding a cloud provider. Look into these three most crucial factors, security, connectivity and portability. Some companies have issues with security compliance, and other related important aspects and thus, it is essential to determine what the company actually abides by.

From security perspective, the company must follow best practices to ensure that customer’s sensitive information is maintained safe. Connectivity and portability must provide the ability to move data and resources from private to public. Besides, the company should ascertain that sensitive data stays on the private server and is not transported to the public server.

The ability to manage hybrid cloud efficiently without any added technical complexities is the key to a successful adoption. If service providers meet all the specific, users can experience highly effective hybrid cloud computing.

Publish Date: June 2, 2016 7:45 AM

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