Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

What’s the difference between Hybrid and Multi-Cloud?

There’s a lot of interest in cloud storage today, but many people are unaware of the differences between Hybrid and Multi-Cloud. Whatever your business needs, Netsync has extensive experience in developing cloud solutions for clients, and can help you decide on the best approach to take for your unique situation.

Hybrid Cloud is a strategic blend of public cloud storage and traditional on-prem storage, such as a data center.  This approach tends to provide greater control over data locality, which is a critical factor in minimizing latency. It is also a solid choice for data archiving and disaster recovery/business continuity. Not surprisingly, a recent study shows that 84% of the organizations surveyed reported using a hybrid cloud strategy. Netsync can help develop a hybrid cloud strategy that includes cloud readiness, migration, optimization and management.

Multi-Cloud is when storage and computing resources are spread across more than one public cloud service so that users can take advantage of different operational resources offered by different providers. The aim here is to eliminate reliance on any single cloud provider, to introduce cost efficiencies, increasing flexibility, adherence to compliance regulations and disaster mitigation. Data can easily be moved from one cloud to another when needed.

Whatever your needs, Netsync can help you find the best combination of hybrid vs. multi-cloud to best fit your situation.

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