Powerful Cloud Hosting

Hybrid Cloud brings the best features and benefits of Private (On-Prem) and Public cloud together. It’s an excellent option for businesses looking for highly dynamic and powerful cloud hosting.

The three components required to build a hybrid hosting environment:

Public cloud – such as AWS, Azure, GCP

Private computing resources such as on-premises data centre

A strong network connection to the hybrid cloud’s private and public cloud environments.

Hybrid Cloud Hosting benefits:

Flexibility

Not being tied or restricted to one vendor

Adaptability

Choosing what and where you store your data

Cost management

Managing cloud costs by hosting on private data centres

Agility and scalability

Provisioning of resources to meet demand spikes without incurring additional cloud costs

Resiliency and interoperability

Running workloads in both cloud environments

Compliance

Knowing where exactly where your data is, avoids any potential issues in heavily regulated industries on where data must reside

Security

Ownership of control of exactly where your business-critical information is in the private cloud hosting environment

However, it doesn’t come without challenges.

Running private/on-prem servers in-house and then integrating public cloud infrastructure together requires a substantial CAPEX investment and then costly ongoing maintenance and management.

 

A few of the considerations are:

Compatibility 

On-premises and public cloud approaches are not fully compatible and do not always sync up, producing issues around latency and other complexities.

Data Handling

Not planning which cloud option provides the most secure and cost-effective environment can be a costly mistake.

Complex Access Management

Implementing centralised protocols backed up by SSO is essential for securing data.

Private Cloud

A substantial CAPEX investment from the start for a business requiring ongoing costly maintenance, putting a drain on internal resources which can be better deployed elsewhere in the business.

Proper Planning

For managing additional software such as help desks, databases, and the many software tools businesses use for their operations.

Synchronisation of Data

Easy for cloud costs to spiral if not managed properly.

Skills Gap

The skills required for managing public and private cloud differ, and the learning curve to close the skills gap has often led to costly mistakes due to human error.

Craftsmen in the Cloud

We are certified cloud agnostic hosting experts with the expertise and proven experience in setting up and managing our client’s hybrid cloud environments.

Our success is when we see clients reap the benefits of the cloud to achieve their business success.

Find out more about our Hybrid cloud hosting and how it will work in transforming your business.

Managed Cloud Hosting Experts

Hybrid cloud hosting offers real measurable benefits and there is an easier and more cost-effective way for businesses to bring the Hybrid model into their business operations.

To partner and work with trusted third-party experts who already have the skills and with a wealth of expertise to plan, implement, and manage Hybrid cloud environments. Aside from having access to a skilled team 24/7 with a proven track record in managing Hybrid Cloud for clients, it means the business has its internal resources focused on its digital transformation and are in a position to take FULL advantage of the benefits of cloud hosting.