According to a recent study conducted by International Data Corporation, the median enterprise reported a 15% or greater reduction in the time to market due to hybrid cloud investments. Most organizations across the globe are adopting hybrid clouds. This trend is expected to increase in the coming years. The main advantage of a hybrid cloud is its versatility. Businesses today need to adapt and change course quickly, and investing in a hybrid cloud infrastructure enables them to achieve that more effectively.

Every hybrid cloud model is unique and should be developed to accommodate the organization’s specific demands. In a hybrid cloud architecture, the idea of having multiple deployment models is to establish a seamless, secure, automated environment for maximum productivity and flexibility. Increased flexibility in delivering IT resources, enhanced disaster recovery capabilities, and cheaper IT capital expenditures are the top three benefits of hybrid clouds.

In our e-book, we have put together some of the most common challenges of monitoring hybrid clouds and how to overcome them. For instance, applications that run on hybrid clouds rely on multiple clouds, several third-party products, on-premises infrastructure, databases, and various other elements. An issue with any of these cloud services may impact the applications’ performance, and because of the dynamic nature of the application infrastructure, it might be strenuous to resolve the issue. Such setbacks can be avoided with the help of a tool that maps and monitors application dependencies.

Download our e-book to learn more about:

  • Motives for adopting a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
  • Why businesses invest in hybrid cloud models.
  • The complexities involved in managing hybrid clouds.
  • How to go beyond any limitations using hybrid cloud monitoring.

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