Public cloud has proven itself a popular destination for businesses beginning their migration journey, and it isn’t difficult to see why – strengthened security posture, greener IT infrastructure and improved efficiency are tangible benefits of its implementation and use. However, UK IT leaders have also noted challenges and shortcomings with public cloud that are leading to a rise in the retention or increase in non-cloud technology, with these same organisations now considering an alternative route to modernisation: hybrid cloud.
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say that public cloud was more expensive to operate than initially forecast
of leaders noted service issues or capacity constraints
reported a lack of control around usage and access
cited performance issues within their public cloud usage
experienced workload incompatibility
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This hybrid answer is often the best approach for organisations that need to manage the considerable complexity that can come from trying to transition from legacy applications into a public cloud environment.
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The Future of Hybrid Cloud is an independent piece of research carried out exclusively for Node4 by Censuswide. It explores some of the drivers behind the current and planned use of hybrid cloud environments (public cloud plus at least one other infrastructure type) amongst UK businesses.
The findings are based on the views of 302 IT decision-makers from various vertical markets with 1,000 – 10,000 employees and a broad spectrum of annual turnover.