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Redington Value provides access to various Hybrid Cloud providers with its strategic partnerships via its very own cloud aggregation portal Red Cloud. Hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment which uses a mix of on-premises, private cloud and third-party, public cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms.

Our Hybrid Cloud Solution Portfolio

To address the growing data center demands and provide you with the added benefits of agility, scalability and global reach, the traditional data center is transforming into what is commonly referred to as a hybrid data center.

At its most basic, a hybrid cloud joins together a public and private cloud with an encrypted connection and technology that makes data portable. The key here is that both clouds remain separate, independent entities while also having one or more touch points in common. A hybrid cloud is not the same as simply relying on cloud services for some functions and a private cloud for others.

For some organizations, a hybrid cloud represents an intermediary step between their old on-site data storage and processing setups and transitioning entirely to the public cloud. For others, hybrid cloud solutions enable them to leverage the scalability of cloud computing while maintaining the integrity of their data and ensuring compliance with regulatory mandates and compliance standards.

Why go Hybrid ?

Flexibility: The main reason organizations adopt the hybrid cloud approach is that it gives them maximum flexibility to explore new products and business models. If your business needs are continually changing, your development team can benefit from having a private environment on which to build and test new software without having to dramatically rearrange your IT resources and architecture.

Security: Protected, confidential, and sensitive information can be stored on a private cloud while still leveraging resources of the public cloud to run apps that rely on that data. This is especially important for businesses that store sensitive data for their customers. (Think health care providers and payroll processors, for example.)

Stability: Even the biggest and most reliable cloud service providers have downtime. By keeping certain functions accessible and on-site, organizations insulate themselves from network failures. Another concern (currently hypothetical) involves the erosion of net neutrality, which could lead some ISPs to throttle speeds for certain traffic-intensive sites and services. For services that require an extremely high degree of availability (like social networks), ensuring stability is a major consideration.

Reduced latency: For certain high-speed functions, it’s impractical to run apps in the public cloud. Keeping some processing jobs on-site allows businesses to allocate their computing resources more effectively. Financial firms that handle high-volume trades and businesses that rely on real-time analytics are two examples of organizations that could benefit from keeping certain functions on a private cloud.

Cost effectiveness: As IT’s role has grown, so too have the demands placed on the data center. When data centers are forced to do too many things, efficiency suffers. You could invest money in upgrading your computing or storage, but why not offload the non-essential tasks onto a cloud-storage system? That way, you can dedicate your on-site resources to your most important tasks.    




Hybrid Cloud Solutions

Transform your business with a hybrid cloud system combining public and private cloud into a unified solution that can handle all your workloads.

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Hybrid Cloud Management

Oracle Enterprise Manager delivers comprehensive capabilities to manage, migrate, test and deploy across hybrid cloud.

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Cisco Spark Hybrid Services

Cisco Spark offers all the tools you need to work together everywhere.

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Powered by Avaya IP Office™

Make a Fast, Flexible Transition to the Hybrid Cloud.

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Hybrid Cloud Architectures with AWS

Hybrid cloud architecture is the integration of on-premises resources with cloud resources.

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Cisco Spark Hybrid Services

Cisco Spark offers all the tools you need to work together everywhere.

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Fortinet Hybrid Cloud Security Solution

Building a dynamic hybrid cloud requires open and secure migration of large volumes of data and applications.

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WildFire Hybrid Cloud

With the WildFire hybrid cloud feature, you can now configure the firewall to send files to two distinct locations for analysis: the WildFire cloud or the WF-500 appliance.

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Hybrid Visibility

Hybrid Cloud Can be a Journey or a Destination.

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STATE OF THE HYBRID CLOUD

The pressure is on for better information management in hybrid clouds.

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VMware Hybrid Cloud

Fulfilling the Promise of Hybrid Cloud Computing.

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