Can Hybrid Computing Be The Night’s Watch For Cloud Computing?

Up until a few years ago, when an individual said the cloud, nearly everybody looked toward the sky. Basically put, a cloud was a feathery mass of vapor in the environment. But no more.

 

Cloud computing has advanced dramatically in recent years. The new world of the hybrid cloud is an environment that employs both private and public cloud services. Companies are realizing that they require numerous distinctive sorts of cloud administrations in order to meet an assortment of client needs.

 

Hybrid Cloud

 

A hybrid cloud is a computing environment which combines a public cloud and a private cloud by allowing data and applications to be shared between them. When computing and processing demand fluctuates, hybrid cloud computing gives businesses the ability to seamlessly scale their on-premises infrastructure up to the public cloud to handle any overflow – without giving third-party data centers access to the entirety of their data.

 

Basically, individuals believe hybrid cloud computing means overseeing a public and a private cloud as one, or at the least being able to have administration tools over the two environments.

 

In a hybrid cloud environment, organizations integrate private computing assets, such as information centers and private clouds, with public cloud services. While separate entities for the reason of data storage and capacity, the private and public clouds can share apps, information, and administrations in a bound together environment

 

“There’s a lot of noise that says all roads lead to the public cloud, but I don’t believe that to be the case, because there are legitimate reasons public cloud is not a feasible solution for enterprise for certain applications,” Avoa consultant Tim Crawford told Datamation. “No one type is going to suffice. The reality is people will have to use a combination of them.”

 

Still, many enterprises fear cloud storage is not as secure as physical storage. An IDG Research Services study found that almost 40 percent of organizations utilizing some type of public cloud storage had moved at least part of their workloads back on premises, mainly out of security concerns.

 

Will this trend continue in the future, or will a solution ease their concerns? What is the future of cloud computing? The answer may be found in the hybrid cloud.

 

Enterprises are leveraging hybrid computing by designing environments to get the best of both worlds. In a hybrid cloud environment, public cloud service is integrated with private computing services like data centers and private clouds. Private and public cloud can share apps, data and services in a unified environment, at the same time having separate set-ups for data storage.

Sooner or later, there will come a day when hybrid cloud or multi-cloud is universally accepted, traditional computer will be the successor to typewriters.  Just as today’s children might look at a floppy disk with no clue what it could have ever been used for, computer towers, terminals, and even hard drives will become a product of yesteryear.

“In the next 15 years, the biggest change we’ll see is 50 percent of small companies (with 1-500 employees), doing away with buying computer towers and servers and instead, adopting Desktop as a Service (DaaS), as the method for deploying workstations to employees,” AerocomInc.com founder Mike Smith said in an interview.

So what’s the future of the Cloud?

Before long we won’t be talking about individual networks or even referencing cloud computing. There will be one network – the network – and cloud will be synonymous with computing.

 

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