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Cloud technologies open up new avenues of data and application
availability. However, the confusion over how to adopt and realize
the benefits of the cloud has been intensified by the complexity
of new services and the tendency for vendors to spin existing
technology as something new. And simplistic views such as public
versus private do not address the reality of complex enterprises
that have a myriad of data, application and infrastructure types
that need to leverage ‘the cloud’ in different ways. To help
organizations sort through all of the “cloud washing,” GlassHouse
Technologies has published a whitepaper, “Implementing a
Multi-tiered Cloud Service Strategy,” putting different cloud
approaches under the microscope. The whitepaper puts into context
the advantages of a multi-tiered cloud approach as a way to
prioritize workloads and achieve greater cost benefits.
Navigating the complexities of the cloud, including choosing
between public, private and hybrid approaches, can be difficult
for organizations looking for the model that best fits their
business needs. This whitepaper explains how a multi-tiered
strategy allows organizations to take calculated risks, while
benefiting from the broad spectrum of services the cloud offers.
Additionally, a unified approach enables IT departments to provide
managers with the cost savings and flexibility of cloud services
that is appropriate for their workloads.
Organizations looking to better understand different approaches to
the cloud and achieve the greatest service levels, cost efficiency
and business benefits out of their cloud investments will benefit
from the whitepaper.
GlassHouse executives are immediately available to discuss the
advantages and disadvantages of various cloud approaches,
including implementing a multi-tiered cloud strategy.
About GlassHouse Technologies GlassHouse guides customers
through the complexities of cloud, virtualization, storage, security and
workspace through vendor-independent data center infrastructure
consulting and managed services. We consider the people, processes,
policies and technology already in place then create a customized plan
that mitigates downtime, compliance risks and improves efficiency,
driving business rather than technology outcomes. For more information
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