Backup and recovery functions have changed significantly with the advent of virtualization and cloud-based environments. Read this paper to learn about technology that can help you expedite the recovery process.
Read this Executive White Paper to learn about a software solution that can help you optimize how your applications utilize cloud resources, identify applications to move to the cloud first, and more.
Read this paper to find out more about your data storage options because not all deduplication technologies are created equal and going with the wrong solution may prove costly.
More than half of large enterprises worry about cloud costs on a daily basis, yet most are uneducated and unprepared to manage multi-million dollar cloud budgets.
As companies increase their cloud spend, they’re learning that the procurement processes that worked for on-prem infrastructure are a complete mismatch for the cloud. Evaluate how your company manages cloud spend using a new practice – FinOps.
A successful hybrid cloud strategy supports a single operational model across both the public and private cloud, to offset the complexity of multiple environments. Its simplified operational model makes it a compelling option for today’s cloud-first organizations. Learn more.
A hybrid cloud strategy supports interoperability between two or more public and private clouds. It enables orchestration across an organization’s public and private clouds and makes it smooth and easy for workloads to move between them. Learn more.
Cloud applications, platforms and services are changing the way enterprises compete for customers. The implementation of cloud technology promises business transformation and modernization, while adding product value and meeting the increasingly demanding needs of applications – maneuvering even the most conservative organization into the digital future. Learn more.
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This e-book examines how multicloud helps meet various goals, including achieving greater flexibility, reducing costs, avoiding vendor lock in, and tapping into specific regional cloud providers.