Content tagged with: hybrid
Across industries, companies want to emulate AWS functionality in order to bring that productivity into the enterprise more securely, reliably and cost-effectively. Learn how you can extend the AWS value proposition to build a hybrid cloud strategy that drives innovation, new efficiencies and transforms your business.
Learn how the open source Cloud Foundry project is used by Appfog to extend OpenStack to create true hybrid clouds. Inter-cloud connections and workload portability across various instances of OpenStack are explored. Watch demonstrations of how developers can simply create applications in their language of choice, deploy to instances of public OpenStack-based Clouds (i.e. HP Public Cloud, Rackspace, etc.), and easily move workloads from one cloud to another.
Learn how to design and develop applications that leverage both local storage and the cloud, maximizing the strengths of each. Using NetBeans, JavaServer Faces 2.0, GlassFish Server technology, JavaFX 2, Oracle Database and Evernote, rapidly create prototypical applications that can be deployed in various environments and scaled up/out with enterprise cloud solutions.
Learn how to run applications in hybrid clouds using Stackato, ActiveState’s Platform-as-a-Service for private clouds, and two open source projects brooklyn and jclouds. Brooklyn is a control plane for distributed applications and jclouds is a multi-cloud library that helps deploy Stackato in multiple clouds. The demonstration showcases a hybrid cloud that spans both the HP Cloud and Amazon`s AWS.
This video shows how easy it is to deploy Ruby or PHP applications to a Hybrid Cloud using the Engine Yard Platform as a Service and a Cloudstack-based infrastructure. In fact, you can do so with little to no configuration.
A hybrid cloud is the combination of at least one private cloud with at least one public cloud-based infrastructure, producing an environment that provides transparent user access to the hybrid cloud and is capable of dynamic scalability to manage uneven demand. The part 1 of this two-part series looks at the hybrid cloud, the services it makes available and the new business paradigm it has engendered.
In this blog post, Sundar Raghavan proposes five must have requirements for a successful hybrid cloud implementation.