Three things to consider when planning a hybrid cloud

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I encourage you to read an article recently published in GCN by two of our North American consulting architects, Jose Simonelli and Rob Washburn. Their article, “Planning a hybrid cloud? Three things to consider,” weighs in on the question of public cloud vs. private cloud that many federal agencies are trying to answer.  Building a hybrid cloud, however, isn’t just as simple as tacking a cloud infrastructure onto an existing environment, especially in the federal government.  Keeping that in mind, Jose and Rob offer three distinct processes that agency IT professionals should follow to create a foundation for implementing a hybrid cloud model characterized by fully automated self-service provisioning of virtualized workloads.

And if you’re ready to start planning or building your hybrid cloud, take a look at Red Hat Consulting’s cloud services  and cloud training and certification to see how we can help you better meet your business demands.

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