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Published By: NaviSite     Published Date: Sep 02, 2014
This whitepaper explores the hybrid cloud, the traditional approaches to cloud computing and why companies are not opting for 100% cloud architecture or 100% physical architecture.
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the hybrid cloud, cloud versus physical architecture
    
NaviSite
Published By: Navisite- A Time Warner Cable Company     Published Date: Aug 07, 2013
However, risk-averse enterprise IT professionals are understandably cautious about simply moving their entire IT portfolio of resources and services into a 100-percent cloud architecture. As with most technology-adoption curves, enterprises have not embraced an “all-or-nothing” paradigm, instead preferring a pragmatic, “evolution, not revolution” approach of cautious incrementalism. This helps them account for their existing investments, custom work, business requirements, and risk posture. Not everything will move to the cloud – at least not in the foreseeable future. That’s why so many IT professionals advocate a so-called “hybrid” approach. But what do we mean by “hybrid” and how do we optimally balance the various components of a hybrid cloud architecture?
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hybrid cloud, pragmatic view, architectures, it professionals, it portfolio, business technology
    
Navisite- A Time Warner Cable Company
Published By: Avocent     Published Date: Aug 22, 2011
Enterprise Management Associates® (EMAT) analysts explore a pragmatic view of data center management in order to deliver the best practices in real-world data centers for over-arching management solutions.
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avocent, data center manangement control, centralized data center manageability, ema™, enterprise management associates ®, effective it managementm, interoperability, availability, kpis, data center
    
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