The hybrid cloud market is growing rapidly and by 2023, 40 percent of IT infrastructure and operations leaders will implement a hybrid cloud architecture (Gartner IOCS, December 2020). What’s behind this growth?
Hybrid cloud environments are a fusion of private and public cloud services, with orchestration between both platforms. They enable enterprises to easily and cost-effectively respond to fluctuations in IT workloads by elastically expanding and shrinking the resources as needed.
With the clear benefits of a hybrid cloud strategy, IT teams can rush to implement one. This article pinpoints three mistakes organizations may make and provides tips on how to avoid them, in order to ensure a smooth transition from your current infrastructure to a hybrid cloud environment.