Don’t Settle for Two-Tiered IT: Introduce Cloud-Like Benefits Into Your Company Data Center

Concerns about security, compliance, application performance and availability, migration, and costs are all roadblocks to placing workloads in the public cloud. How else can you bring cloud benefits to the data center? This Frost & Sullivan report recommends modernizing on an intelligent platform delivered via a consumption-based model.

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This analyst report from Frost & Sullivan explores the challenges of placing workloads in the public cloud and alternative approaches to bringing cloud benefits to the data center without the risk– including a consumption-based IT model.

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