How to avoid three hybrid cloud stumbling blocks  

18 March 2021:

The hybrid cloud market is growing rapidly and by 2023, 40 percent of IT infrastructure and operations leaders will implement a hybrid cloud architecture (Gartner IOCS, December 2020). What’s behind this growth?

Hybrid cloud environments are a fusion of private and public cloud services, with orchestration between both platforms. They enable enterprises to easily and cost-effectively respond to fluctuations in IT workloads by elastically expanding and shrinking the resources as needed.

With the clear benefits of a hybrid cloud strategy, IT teams can rush to implement one. This article pinpoints three mistakes organizations may make and provides tips on how to avoid them, in order to ensure a smooth transition from your current infrastructure to a hybrid cloud environment.

1. Not monitoring cloud spending

In a somewhat predictable development, public cloud providers have not invested heavily in functionalities for tracking resource usage and detecting wasteful resource allocations. This can create an overwhelming resource sprawl issue for customers because consuming cloud resources is almost effortless.

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Source: Datacenter Dynamics

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