Public or private cloud - why choose one when you can have both?
Hybrid cloud computing is the idea of connecting a private cloud that sits inside the corporate firewall to some public cloud hosted by a service provider.
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Doing so gives organizations all the benefits of both worlds: Private clouds can handle security-sensitive workloads, while the public cloud is great for apps that have varying demand of resources.
But saying is easier than doing. At VMworld in San Francisco, we chatted with CliQr’s Kurt Milne to discuss how to overcome some of the chief challenges related to hybrid cloud computing.