Tag: hybrid cloud

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DevOps

3 Reasons to Choose a Hybrid Cloud


The hybrid cloud makes everything better. It’s helping drive down costs, it’s making the software we use to run our data centers easier, and it’s pushing innovation. The public cloud has stolen the headlines for years, and for good reasons. A lot of exciting …



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DevOps

Getting the On-Prem Part of Hybrid Cloud Right


In my previous articles, I’ve looked at the challenges and decisions people face when undertaking digital transformation and transitioning to a hybrid cloud model of IT operation. Whether it’s using public cloud infrastructure or changing operations to leverage containers and microservices, we all know …


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DevOps

Readiness Actions Before Cloud Migration


Migration to the cloud is just like a house move. The amount of preparation done before the move determines how smoothly the move goes. Similarly, there are many technical and non-technical actions that can be taken to make a move to the cloud successful …


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Networks

Real World Experiences of Hybrid IT – Part 4


Welcome back to this series of blogs on my real-world experiences of hybrid IT. If you’re just joining us, you can find previous posts here, here, and here. So far, I’ve covered a brief introduction to the series, public cloud costing and experiences, and …


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DevOps

To Cloud or Not to Cloud?


There’s a question I’m sure is keeping some IT managers and CTOs up at night. How do you know when it’s right to move a workload to the cloud? And when you finally make the decision to migrate, how do you choose the best location for …



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Networks

Real World Experiences of Hybrid IT


Over the coming weeks, I will be writing a series of posts on my varied experiences with hybrid IT. These experiences come from working on countless projects over the last ten years working in a consultancy role. So, let’s start with a bit of …


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SolarWinds Lab Episode 55: Hybrid IT Diagnosis


Hybrid IT brings considerable new complexity and demands new tools, skills, and methods. Unfortunately, now more than 50% of IT departments of all sizes admit to not only supporting hybrid IT operations, but have been diagnosed with multiple, sometimes debilitating symptoms. Workloads split between …


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Systems

Out Of Office: Monitoring


One of the biggest complaints you’ll likely hear after moving to Office 365 will be about its speed, or lack thereof. Now that data isn’t sitting on your LAN, there is lots of room for latency to hit your connection. There’s no doubt that …


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