By Rob Whiteley, VP of Marketing, Hedvig
Your world will be hybrid for the foreseeable future. You will combine a mix of on-premises private cloud and public cloud infrastructure to meet ever-changing business demands. But how do you build a storage architecture designed to support this hybrid world?
This session will provide insight on how software-defined storage facilitates hybrid cloud architectures. We’ll present four scenarios and case studies where companies are thinking differently about “cloud storage.”
Specifically, you’ll learn how you can use software-defined storage to:
- Build an OpenStack “landing pad” to onboard applications born in public clouds like AWS.
- Create hybrid AWS-based applications with on-premises infrastructure that migrates older, colder data to the public cloud.
- Treat public clouds as “DR sites” where applications are automatically protected across data centers and clouds.
- Store data on private, hosted infrastructure that bursts to the public cloud for compute