The Cost-Squeezing Effect of Hybrid Cloud Economics

Trying to determine the most cost-effective cloud platform can be a daunting task.  A recent 451 Research survey suggests that private cloud can be cheaper if run efficiently, but this can sometimes come at the expense of on-demand scalability. On the other hand, public cloud enables incredible scalability – for those that need it – but often at the expense of predictability, performance and low total cost.

A unified hybrid cloud can achieve this ‘best of both worlds’ by securing predictable, inexpensive capacity as a baseline for most day-to-day requirements, with the freedom of being able to consume on-demand public cloud when demand grows beyond capacity.

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