Hybrid Cloud Solutions
The ability to scale up or back at the most opportune time and in real time by extending a premise-based infrastructure to public cloud services like AWS, Google and Microsoft is not only the key to digital transformation but will also eliminate the day-to-day stress of managing large, virtualized line-of-business applications.
Make your business functions resilient and accessible with Hybrid Cloud Solutions.
Benefits of Hybrid Cloud
Combining your in-house servers with cloud solutions will enhance your organization’s infrastructure, upgrade its security posture and boost business outcomes overall. Here’s how:
Improve Performance and Connectivity
Hybrid cloud enables greater agility, promotes simplicity and optimizes workflows while provisioning redundancy when maintaining critical business continuity. Additionally, while managing a dispersed workforce, leveraging API integrations with one or more cloud providers will support frictionless access to your data from anywhere.
Unlock New Revenue Streams
Achieve rapid engagement and customer adoption through DataOps best practices. Derive actionable insights and harness the value of your data with the help of machine learning, observability, BI and AIOPS. Use minimum viable models (MVM) to reduce capital expenditures, scale and automate tasks, and address gaps in customer experience.
Ensure Compliance and Improved Threat Hunting
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) can enforce security protocols that span physical and virtual machines. CSPM tools will enhance visibility into vulnerabilities across multiple clouds and on-premise servers. Hybrid cloud can better leverage security frameworks like NIST and ZTA and segment data based on identity and access management.
Migrating data and apps between native cloud and public cloud services will allow organizations to transform and modernize fragile applications that might otherwise be obsolete. Custom configurations using microservices, Kubernetes and containerization enable faster innovation without the need to overhaul hardware, software or application workflows.
CDW Hybrid Cloud Solutions by the Numbers
Engineers, Certified Kubernetes Architects, and Cisco DevNet Professionals
CDW’s Professional Services Net Promoter Score
Global Telecommunications Partners
FEATURED CASE STUDY
How a Nursing Association Reduced Costs and Cut Storage Needs by 80%
An aging on-premise infrastructure and the potential costs to upgrade it in a colocation center drove IT leaders at the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology to “rip the Band-aid off” and invest in an Amazon Web Services public cloud environment. Afterward, CDW right-sized their environment by monitoring usage allowing them to save money on consumption costs while also reducing complexity.
How CDW Helps You Achieve Your Hybrid Cloud Goals
As a full-stack partner, CDW uses DataOps, AIOPS and ML to help you recognize and resolve latency by developing a strategic vision for consolidating and democratizing enterprise data.
CDW will refactor and/or replatform application(s) to perform better in the cloud. Cleaning up current code in this manner allows organizations to update otherwise outdated applications with new features, instead of spending time and money to start over.
Through App Modernization, CDW turns monolithic applications into small, manageable microservices, containerizing them and easily moving them to the cloud.
Between CSPM, CWPP, SASE, CASB, and ZTA among other cloud security tools, CDW engineers support dynamic access from anywhere while ensuring compliance and sanctuary from threats.
While expertly focused on software-defined infrastructure our service teams can rapidly enable holistic, hybrid solutions to propel your organization forward.
What is the difference between Hybrid Cloud and Multicloud?
While Multicloud is often used as a substitute to describe hybrid cloud, there is a difference between the two terms. Hybrid cloud connotes a mix of a premise-based (private) cloud and a public cloud service that together performs functions as a single cloud. While multicloud is similar, it is usually composed of multiple public clouds working in different environments on different workloads. Multiclouds can also include a private cloud, but doesn’t always.
Industry Cloud Certifications
We back up our infrastructure expertise with an array of industry and partner certifications.