Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud is a catalyst for IT transformation

hybrid cloud solutions provide simplicity, security, governance, and control to support your IT and business goal
who need a more bespoke solution or have strict compliance regulations to meet.

BUSINESS SOLUTION | CLOUD SERVICE | HYBRID CLOUD


Mixed Cloud environments that allow you to capitalise on the flexibility and cost-efficiency of the Public Cloud without compromising on security and performance


Hybrid cloud is a catalyst for IT transformation, providing the flexibility to combine your preferred clouds and existing on-premises infrastructure in the ratio best suited for your workloads.In a multi-cloud environment, you can rapidly provision infrastructure and apps, increase scalability, improve efficiency through automation and virtualisation, and reduce costs. HPE hybrid cloud solutions provide simplicity, security, governance, and control to support your IT and business goal

We work with a comprehensive portfolio of technologies including - HPE, IBM, VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix, Microsoft Office 365, Hosted Exchange, Hosted SharePoint and virtual desktops.


What is a Hybrid Cloud?

Some people mistakenly believe that having a hybrid cloud means that you keep all your IT operations in-house, except for connecting one server to a public cloud. A hybrid cloud actually refers to an IT environment that uses both private and public clouds. The clouds operate independently, but they communicate with each other. Sometimes, technologies are used to achieve data and application portability between them.

The main benefit of using a hybrid cloud is that it is highly customizable. For example, you can use a private cloud for the IT resources that need tighter security, while using a public cloud for those resources you want to be scalable.

None of the cloud types are inherently better than the others. The different types of clouds simply meet different needs. Our team can recommend the type of cloud that is best for your company, given your current business requirements and what you envision them to be in the future.


By identifying the optimal workload placement in your hybrid IT environment, you can achieve superior economics while providing the data and services that are essential to advancing your business.