The hybrid architecture and integration are to connect components which are split across cloud and on-premises environments, or across public and private clouds -- even across different cloud providers. Hybrid integration is looked at from many perspectives including application, data, and infrastructure.
When you implement a hybrid cloud architecture, you bring together the best of both worlds.
Your on-premises data center, private and public cloud resources, and workloads are tied together under common data management while staying distinct.
You can connect existing systems running on traditional architectures that run business-critical applications or contain sensitive data that might not be suited for the public cloud.
Hybrid Cloud with sufficient planning and a structured approach can deliver on-demand flexibility, empower legacy systems and applications with new capabilities, and become a catalyst for digital transformation.
Hybrid Cloud Management
Cloud & Service Fabric : consolidating the provisioning, deployment, and management of public/private cloud infrastructure and resources.
Service Management : consolidating the optimization and orchestration of business and cloud services.
Application and Infrastructure Management : consolidating the provisioning, deployment, and management of applications and cloud resources.
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