Hybrid Cloud Hosting
Infrastructure Solutions Tailored to Your Needs
Infrastructure Solutions Tailored to Your Needs
As businesses embrace flexible infrastructure to accelerate digital transformation, choosing the right cloud approach becomes essential for their success. Hybrid cloud is a type of architecture that combines public cloud, hosted private cloud, and on-premises computing resources to create an optimal IT environment. Disparate cloud resources are interconnected and orchestrated to work seamlessly as a single infrastructure, providing performance, flexibility, and enhanced security.
Leverage Different Clouds
Combine your public, private, and on-premises computing resources to create a single, reliable IT architecture.
Flexibility and Scalability
Create a high-performing infrastructure that you can easily scale as your business needs change.
Optimize Infrastructure Costs
Carefully deploy workloads across different cloud environments to minimize the cost of your IT infrastructure.
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Hybrid cloud computing is an IT infrastructure deployment model that allows applications, workloads, and data to be shared across different cloud and on-premises environments. The goal is to develop an efficient combination of orchestrated cloud resources and leverage the flexibility of this cloud strategy by deploying the right workload in the right environment. Organizations are increasingly choosing hybrid cloud approach to meet their computing goals more effectively and save on their IT costs.
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Flexibility and Scalability – By combining public and private cloud resources, you have greater flexibility in scaling your computing resources. Dynamic applications and unpredictable workloads can be stored in Public Cloud, while mission-critical applications and services are more secure in the Private Cloud.
Security – Keep your business-critical workloads and sensitive customer data well protected in a highly secure private environment. Hybrid environments let you deploy your less sensitive and more dynamic workloads in the public cloud to leverage its power and flexibility. Use encryption to further mitigate the risks and ensure data safety across multiple environments.
Cost – Optimize your IT spending by deploying the right workload on the right cloud. Hybrid cloud lets you keep predictable workloads on your on-premises or private cloud infrastructure and migrate the more volatile ones to Public Cloud. The pay-as-you-go model provides cost predictability, helping businesses plan resource utilization more efficiently.
To meet sudden capacity demands, organizations often „spill over“ their workloads from one cloud environment to another. This is called cloud bursting. In a hybrid cloud scenario, companies run their steady workloads in the private cloud and use on-demand public cloud resources to handle demand spikes.
Edge and IoT
Edge computing is a type of cloud computing in which data processing happens on the location nearest to the data source. Both edge computing and hybrid cloud, let you keep the data on private or public clouds that are geographically close to the IoT device or application. This helps deliver services with lower latency and greater stability.
Modern cloud-native applications are hybrid as some of their workloads run in the public cloud, while others are deployed in the private cloud, on-premises, or in hosted environments. Companies use the cloud for development, quality assurance, DevOps, and testing while keeping production mostly on-premises.
Companies can ensure business continuity by deploying a second DR site or leveraging cloud-based disaster recovery solution (DRaaS). The latter gives organizations more flexibility and is more cost-efficient than building and maintaining another physical location. This is why DRaaS is often a path to cloud hybridization.
Create an ultimate hybrid cloud architecture by integrating your
existing cloud environment with our infrastructure solutions.
phoenixNAP offers a comprehensive portfolio of IT infrastructure solutions to enhance your performance. Combine our enterprise-grade infrastructure solutions to create an optimal target environment for your workloads, applications, and data, supporting your hybrid cloud strategy following your business needs.
Bare Metal Cloud
Achieve superior performance with our cloud-ready IaaS platform and cutting-edge computing technology. Integrated automation features allow you to quickly set up your infrastructure while keeping control over your instances and maintaining the highest levels of security. Deploy, manage, and scale physical servers with ease and simplicity, utilizing their raw power, automation, and cloud-like flexibility.
Architected to support the sophisticated needs of modern organizations, our fully customizable dedicated servers provide you with optimum flexibility and enhanced control over your IT resources.
Virtual Private Data Center
As a software-defined data center solution, Virtual Private Data Center (VPDC) provides access to enterprise-grade virtualization technologies on demand. Secure. Scalable. Cost-efficient.
Managed Private Cloud
As a fully managed private cloud environment, Managed Private Cloud (MPC) provides advanced visibility and control over the IT platform. Highly reliable and secure, it is ideal for mission-critical workloads.
Backup and Disaster Recovery
Leverage industry-leading backup and disaster recovery solutions to ensure the highest levels of data availability for your workloads and keep your business running in case of a disaster.
Hybrid cloud deployments are becoming an increasingly popular choice for businesses. They provide an architecture that harnesses the best of both worlds – the scalability of the public cloud with the control of a private deployment.
Finding out whether the hybrid cloud is the proper type of infrastructure for your business requires careful consideration and assessment of your business, computing, security, and scalability needs.
phoenixNAP offers a comprehensive portfolio of IT services to securely deploy, connect, and backup your environment and provide continuous availability across the globe. By leveraging our global data center footprint, you can get closer to your users, deliver less latency, and demand the localized experience.
Get in touch with our experts and determine the right cloud model to support your business’ growth.