Moving to a Hybrid Infrastructure

Your business is becoming digital. Are you ready?

Major technology trends and innovations around the cloud, Big Data, security, and mobility are disrupting traditional business and IT models while they’re also enabling a digital economy. As a result, today’s familiar infrastructures are quickly moving towards a new style of IT, changing the expectations and requirements for today’s IT teams, processes, data centers, and IT platforms.

Better options are available through HP’s converged, software-defined infrastructure that provides fast, agile, simple, and efficient service delivery. Organizations need to step back and look carefully at: their options, risks, and gaps; their readiness; and transformations across people, processes, and technologies.


It’s time to go hybrid

One’s organization may already see cloud services as a key component of its ability to access the right IT services-from the right places, at the right time, at the right cost. All signs point to a hybrid delivery environment-and the right hybrid delivery strategy is based on standards, built on a common architecture with unified management and security, and enables service portability across deployment models.

Getting the most out of hybrid infrastructure opportunities, however necessitates one to speed up and develop their hybrid delivery strategy and planning process. All services are not created equal, and each organization has its own needs around performance, security, control, and availability. For this reason, it is vital to have an understanding of where and how a hybrid infrastructure strategy can most effectively be applied to your organization’s portfolio of services.

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