Hybrid Cloud

Regardless of your existing platform, Exodata highlights the sectors where you can most benefit from a hybrid cloud approach. We focus on enhancing security, optimizing performance, simplifying the migration journey, and reducing any adverse effects on your end-users.

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Expand Cloud Resources As Needed

Exodata assists you in seamlessly merging your cloud services with your on-site resources via a well-planned hybrid cloud design, optimization, and management. We steer your workload planning to optimize your IT budget and capabilities.

  • Choose to house your hybrid cloud either in Microsoft Azure or in Exodata’s AWS cloud, tailored to your specific requirements.
  • Adjust your resources on-the-fly and only pay for the assets you currently need.
  • Enhance your expertise and skills through knowledge sharing and specialized consultation.

Advantages of Hybrid Cloud

A hybrid cloud not only offers a budget-friendly approach to launching new apps and services while keeping your current systems intact, but it also presents a range of additional perks and applications. Exodata acts as the creative catalyst to identify the optimal ways to utilize a hybrid cloud for your business.

  • Effortlessly scale your cloud infrastructure without the burden of upfront capital costs.
  • Safeguard confidential data with industry-leading security measures.
  • Retain authority over your existing on-premises legacy systems.
  • Consolidate resource administration, monitoring, and data across various platforms.

Utilizing Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure: Applications and Scenarios

The hybrid cloud is popular among IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) users primarily because it integrates seamlessly with your existing setup, providing the extra computing muscle exactly when you require it. Below are some prevalent scenarios for employing hybrid clouds. If your objectives diverge from these, Exodata can tailor a solution specifically for your needs.

Legacy Software Management

Certain outdated applications may need to reside on specialized servers but could still demand supplementary computational resources. The hybrid cloud allows such applications to dynamically expand during peak periods and retract during lulls.

Lifecycle Optimization

If your aging servers are reaching the end of their lifecycle, adding cloud servers presents a cost-effective and flexible complement to your existing hardware. You can gradually migrate to a fully cloud-based system or selectively transfer servers that are optimal for cloud integration.

Rigorous Compliance and Security Measures

Boost computing capabilities while keeping your most sensitive data localized. Exodata enforces stringent protocols for HIPAA and PCI compliance, offering an extra layer of security.

High-Demand Periods and Data Handling

In situations where resource demands are expected to surge temporarily, you can quickly deploy new virtual machines to shoulder the load, allowing your existing servers to function as usual. Hybrid clouds are particularly suitable for big data analytics, linking back to on-site data centers or other cloud infrastructures when necessary.

E-commerce Adaptability

Platforms like e-commerce sites, news portals, blogs, CMS, and seasonal vendors can encounter unpredictable traffic surges, making resource management a complex and costly affair. To cope with these fluctuations, hybrid clouds offer scalable resources that mitigate risks of system failures, thus preventing revenue loss.

Data Center Expansion

Planning to penetrate a new market or simply outgrowing your current data center? Hybrid cloud solutions provide the required resources at a fraction of the capital expenditure, allowing quicker setup compared to constructing a new data center. You could even establish a new virtual data center in another region in a matter of days.

Speeding Up Market Entry

Allocate resources to build, develop, and test new applications while freeing up computational power for other business segments. Hybrid clouds ensure that development and testing environments are easily accessible whenever needed.