Frost & Sullivan: Getting Started with Your Hybrid Cloud Storage Strategy: The Four Workloads to Tackle First Analyst report

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Overview

Choosing the right storage option can be challenging for storage decision makers because no single solution fits all use cases.

To support their hybrid storage environments, most enterprises rely on a range of storage technologies, cloud solutions and deployment models.As you start implementing a comprehensive solution for your storage needs, it is important to identify ...

Choosing the right storage option can be challenging for storage decision makers because no single solution fits all use cases.

To support their hybrid storage environments, most enterprises rely on a range of storage technologies, cloud solutions and deployment models.As you start implementing a comprehensive solution for your storage needs, it is important to identify where you should make your initial investments to deliver the greatest value to the business. In general, storage must meet enterprise requirements for agility, speed to market, security and compliance, availability and cost-effectiveness.

These requirements are workload specific, so when it comes to optimizing your storage, the best place to start i at the workload level. This guide from Frost and Sullivan considers how storage fits into your company’s overall IT strategy, provides recommendations for building a hybrid storage strategy, and offers insights into four storage optimization use cases that are likely to deliver quick successes.

Develop a hybrid cloud storage strategy to address key workloads and deliver maximum ROI on your initial cloud investment.

Getting Started with Your Hybrid Cloud Storage Strategy
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