Are you concerned about the lack of security and control in the public cloud? How about the higher costs associated with private clouds? Get the best of both worlds with a hybrid cloud solution from Call One.
A hybrid cloud consists of at least one public cloud and at least one private cloud. Just using some public and some private cloud services doesn’t automatically result in a hybrid cloud. The true hybrid cloud combines public cloud services and data with private clouds and the data center to create a unified, well-managed cloud-computing environment.
A hybrid cloud combines the strengths of the multi-tenant public cloud with those of a dedicated or colocation private cloud environment. You get the scalability and cost-effectiveness offered by the public cloud without exposing your mission-critical data and applications to its security concerns. With hybrid cloud hosting, less-critical information such as archived data could be managed in a public cloud, while your vital or private information would be stored on-premises or in a data center.
- The hybrid cloud offers optimal security with your crucial data and applications operating in a private cloud.
- IT resources are optimized when you use the scalable, pay-as-you-go public cloud for non-critical data and applications.
- Your business will enjoy the benefits of the cloud even though some aspects of your business involve regulatory compliance requirements that don’t allow you to run your entire application in the cloud.
- The hybrid cloud balances your large CPU demands and storage requirements with your limited physical infrastructure.
Hybrid Cloud Management
Call One works with you to customize a hybrid cloud solution specifically for your organization. As your trusted partner, we work closely with you every step of the way — from exploring your options to choosing service providers to guiding the safe transition of your systems to the hybrid cloud. Call One simplifies the process for you, addressing your concerns about application compatibility, complex contracts and policies, and service provider lock-in — so you focus on your business.