Hybrid Cloud Management

A Unified Hybrid Cloud for your Enterprise

 

An increasing number of innovative companies today are migrating to a hybrid cloud environment by combining cloud and on-premises solutions in an integrated ecosystem. A hybrid cloud approach is one of the most common infrastructure setups today. It combines a public cloud infrastructure, such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or Oracle cloud with a private cloud infrastructure, such as a company's own data center. The goal of a hybrid cloud is to provide the best of both worlds: the cost savings and scalability of a public cloud, combined with the security and control of a private cloud.

One of the main benefits of a hybrid cloud is the ability to leverage the public cloud for non-sensitive workloads, such as testing and development, while keeping sensitive data and applications on-premises. This allows organizations to maintain control over their most critical data and applications. It also allows for easy integration with existing IT infrastructure, and the ability to move workloads between public and private cloud as needed.

What are Hybrid Cloud Benefits?

Effective Application Governance

The freedom to choose where your application sits and where hybrid computing happens. This enhances your privacy and ensures compliance for your regulated and business-critical applications.

Improved performance & Reduced Latency

Hybrid cloud is sometimes more efficient and beneficial for distributed apps at remote locations. For applications with low latency requirements, hybrid computing happens close to the end users.

Flexible Operations

Get the flexibility to operate in the environment that’s best suited for your needs.

Improved ROI

By adding a public cloud provider to your existing on-premises infrastructure, you can expand your cloud computing capacity without increasing your data center expenses.

Hybrid Cloud Business Use Cases

1

Data Backup, Archival, and Disaster Recovery

By keeping a copy of critical data and applications on a private cloud, businesses can ensure that their data is protected in the event of a disaster or outage on the public cloud.

2

Compliance and Regulation

Certain industries, such as healthcare and finance, have strict regulations that require sensitive data to be stored on-premises. A hybrid cloud can provide a way to store this data on a private cloud while still taking advantage of the public cloud for other purposes.

3

Testing and Development

Businesses can use the public cloud for testing and development of new applications while keeping production environments on a private cloud for security and performance reasons.

4

Bursting

Businesses can use the public cloud to handle periods of high demand, such as during a product launch or holiday shopping season, and then move workloads back to the private cloud during periods of low demand.

5

Hybrid Cloud Management

With hybrid cloud, businesses can manage, monitor, and secure their cloud environments across private and public clouds with one solution, making their IT infrastructure more efficient and cost-effective.

For the World’s largest Immigration Services company, we architected, deployed, and managed their Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure, thereby significantly reducing their operational cost by 35% and improving their business service delivery to internal and external stakeholders.

Locuz Hybrid Cloud & Platform Services

 

Locuz has been key in designing and architecting solutions for achieving Hybrid IT by developing certified and tested IP’s such as ClouTor. We have worked with organizations spanned across various sectors including Hi-Tech, Life sciences, Healthcare, Financial Services, Insurance, Engineering Design, Education & Research. This has led to a better Engineering understanding of the platform and acquired skills to architect both on-premises and cloud solutions.

Locuz’ Hybrid IT Solution is completely Software-Defined and cloud-provider-neutral.

Hybrid IT Solution