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What Is Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) in Cloud Computing?

Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) is any type of horizontal or vertical business process that’s delivered based on the cloud services model. These cloud services — which include Software as a Service [more…]

How BPaaS Works in the Real World of Cloud Computing

If you’ve decided to use BPaaS (Business Process as a Service) in a hybrid cloud model as a delivery platform for services, you need to understand how to mesh services together based on the processes you [more…]

The Growth of Hybrid Cloud Computing

Companies large and small are beginning to use the different hybrid cloud computing models to knit together services with both routine and innovative process environments. The future evolution of many [more…]

Transforming Information Technology (IT) in the Hybrid Cloud

The value of hybrid cloud computing is how it repositions the information technology (IT) organization to partner with the business in driving innovation and transformation. The ability to bring together [more…]

Tasks for Increasing IT Flexibility in a Hybrid Cloud

Companies must accomplish several tasks to leverage their information technology (IT) assets flexibly in a hybrid cloud environment. Just as company goals and priorities vary, no two companies will follow [more…]

When Moving to a Hybrid Cloud Environment Can Be Beneficial

To optimize the economic benefit of moving to a hybrid cloud environment, you must first have a good understanding of your workload requirements. An organization typically has many different types of workloads [more…]

Questions to Ask a Possible Cloud Services Provider

If you’re thinking about using some of the data services in the cloud, before you sign the contract, remember that data (especially your company’s data) is a precious asset, and you need to treat it as [more…]

Types of Workloads in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

A workload in a hybrid cloud environment is an independent service or collection of code that can be executed. Because a workload is executed across computer assets, another way to look at it is the amount [more…]

Managing Workloads in a Hybrid Cloud Model

There are principles to think about when managing workloads in a hybrid cloud model. Management, in this context, refers to how resources are assigned in order to process workloads. Assignments might be [more…]

Workload Complexities in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

Workload complexities are more prevalent in a hybrid cloud environment than they were with a single cloud architecture. With the advent of a hybrid cloud world, many more applications and services exist [more…]

The Architectural View of the Hybrid Cloud Environment

To be successful in the hybrid cloud world, you need to understand the architectural view of the hybrid cloud environment. The architectural view includes both the underlying processes and computing elements [more…]

The Architectural Components of a Cloud Provider Model

How do all the components of a cloud provider model fit together from an architectural perspective? The following diagram depicts the various cloud services and how they relate to each other based on the [more…]

Planning for Deployment of a Hybrid Cloud Environment

When planning for deployment in a hybrid cloud environment, keep in mind that the hybrid cloud isn’t a single architectural model; rather, it’s a combination of a lot of different services that are located [more…]

Development and Deployment Changes in the Hybrid Cloud

In a hybrid cloud environment, you may want to work with your partners via a hybrid cloud service or develop and deploy some cloud-based applications specifically for your sales team. You’ll need to know [more…]

Developing and Deploying Hybrid Cloud Applications with PaaS

One way organizations are developing and deploying applications in the hybrid cloud is by using a PaaS (Platform as a Service) approach. Developing in a PaaS environment differs from the way development [more…]

Managing Applications in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

When an application in a hybrid cloud environment is on your premises, you control it. This means you control the infrastructure, operating system, middleware, data, application, and the runtime environment [more…]

Assessing Data Risks in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

The level of risk in a hybrid cloud environment depends on the kind of data that you’re trying to secure. This data can include credit card transactions, Social Security data, and internal social network [more…]

How to Ensure Data Security and Privacy in a Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud providers must ensure the security and privacy of your data, but you are ultimately responsible for your company’s data. This means that industry and government regulations created to protect [more…]

Integrating Data across Environments in a Hybrid Cloud

When you begin dealing with data integration in a hybrid cloud environment, you must realize that you have data that potentially spans multiple environments. Of course, your data probably spans multiple [more…]

Managing Big Data Technologies in a Hybrid Cloud

The term big data is used often in the world of hybrid cloud technology because of the ongoing need to process increasing amounts of data. The key fact about big data is that it exists at the tipping point [more…]

Supporting an Analytics Strategy in a Hybrid Cloud

The lure of an analytics strategy in the hybrid cloud is cloud elasticity. Your data can be processed across clusters of computers. This means that the analysis is occurring across machines. If you need [more…]

Storage Architecture Scenarios for a Hybrid Cloud Environment

You might consider various scenarios for a storage architecture when you deploy a hybrid cloud environment. Remember that in a hybrid cloud model, some of your resources and assets will be on-premises [more…]

Planning for Hybrid Cloud Resources to Support Growth and Change

Planning for hybrid cloud growth and change involves understanding your data, devising a growth strategy, and choosing a provider. In a hybrid cloud environment, as with any environment, you need to understand [more…]

Security Risks from Cloud Providers in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

Many security challenges arise when you’re working with an external cloud provider in a hybrid cloud environment. Whether you want to create a private cloud, use a public cloud, or implement a hybrid environment [more…]

Security Risks from Internal End Users in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

You can implement all the latest technical security controls in your hybrid cloud environment and still face security risks if your internal end users don’t have a clear understanding of their role in [more…]


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