Unified Hybrid Cloud Definition Evolves with the Release of Pure Storage's New Evergreen Storage Service Program

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Many CIOs have given their teams a strategic objective around the use of cloud technologies with the intent of optimally balancing their workload mix across both on- and off-premises locations. This white paper introduces and discusses what a truly unified hybrid cloud vision means in today's modern enterprises, exploring the benefits, challenges, and requirements associated with achieving it. It then provides a brief overview of what all-flash array (AFA) vendor Pure Storage offers in terms of unified hybrid cloud. After perusing this document, readers will be in a good position to structure their IT organization's own hybrid cloud environment most efficiently given the organization's objectives and workloads.

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Provider: Pure Storage Ltd   |   Size: 211 KB   |   Language: English
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