Five reasons Hybrid Cloud is so hot

Cloud adoption doesn’t have to be an either/or proposition. Fifty-five percent of organizations around the world use both public and private clouds.1 Here are five more reasons why:

1. Security and scalability

Get the best of both worlds … private cloud security and public cloud flexibility to increase capacity on demand.

2. Integrated clouds in a mixed environment

Coordinate and orchestrate resources between public, private clouds and on-premises clouds from a single console.

3. Fast deployment

Deploy in less than three hours with Dell Hybrid Cloud System for Microsoft (the first integrated Microsoft-validated hybrid cloud solution).2

4. Non-disruptive updates

Benefit from fully automated, dependency-aware private cloud updates with Dell Hybrid Cloud System for Microsoft.3

5. Application visibility

Enable organization-wide visibility to all cloud applications — both approved and non-approved.3

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1. Dell commissioned poll by Penn, Shoen, Berland Research. (2015) Dell Global Technology Adoption Index (October 2015).

2. Dell press release. "Dell Introduces Industry-First Hybrid Cloud System with Bold Payment Structure to Simplify and Minimize Risks of Cloud Adoption.” (October2015).

3. Wilder, Chris. Forbes, "Dell And Microsoft Partnership Aims To De-Risk Hybrid Cloud Migration.” (October 2015).

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