Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure (HCI) is a modern solution to all Hybrid Cloud data management and IT infrastructure, combining many of the necessary processes into a single efficient Hybrid Cloud solution. There are many reasons why employing a Hybrid Cloud infrastructure could be beneficial to your business, and why you should consider it above many of the other Cloud-based solutions on the market.
HCI is the latest iteration of a simplified and more straightforward IT infrastructure, designed to simplify a business’s processes by aggregating them into a single cloud data management system. Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure is the next step in streamlining a vast number of IT processes and data management into a single manageable subscription-based service.
Object-based storage is one of a few modern data storage solutions that uses data as ‘objects’ to store your data in the most efficient way possible, to allow for much easier finding and retrieving of specific data at any given time.
Object-based storage and scale-out storage are considered to be the most optimal way to manage huge amounts of data storage and data traffic that is required by most businesses today. Between consolidating workloads and storing vast arrays of vital data, keeping this data managed and its storage under tight control is an absolute necessity to remain competitive in this day and age.
Earlier this year Citrus Consulting took several customers on a Digital Transformation Study Tour (EBC) to reinforce the knowledge of the market and to enhance our customers data solutions over the coming years. As a leading service provider in New Zealand, Citrus Consulting works constantly to ensure we are ahead of the curve for our customers and to continually enhance our service offerings.
With an ever-increasing need for data consolidation, you have to ensure everyone is working from the same gold file system. We recommend a solution using technology from two of our vendor partners NetApp and Talon.
Many customers using Office 365 are under the assumption that their data in the cloud is backed up. However, this is incorrect. Although the Cloud environment offers fantastic system availability, their protection of your data is limited to short term cover and is without a guaranteed recovery point in time.