The latest cloud adoption statistics show up to 90% of all organizations already use a hybrid cloud. As they adopt these clouds, organizations should seek out applications which capitalize on the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) features offered by these clouds. Utilizing IaaS features, organizations may programmatically allocate, re-assign, and migrate applications between available cloud resources. Compute, networking, and storage resources typify the underlying cloud resources these applications may dynamically use. However, organizations will find some existing data center applications may not cleanly transition to hybrid clouds. They offer no clean roadmap to using resources in the cloud and may inhibit an organization’s…
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