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4 steps to planning a hybrid cloud deployment

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Think you’re ready to move an application your team has developed to a hybrid cloud environment, but unsure of exactly where to begin?

The infographic below from IBM cloudMatrix sets out four key steps to eliminating guesswork and making the process go smoothly:

  • assessing your workloads
  • comparing cloud providers
  • creating reusable design patterns
  • estimating your bill

Running through all four steps can ensure that you not only make the best choices for your applications right now, but you can also make it easier for your team the next time around.

Learn more about how IBM cloudMatrix can help your organization plan, buy and manage a hybrid cloud. You can also call 1-844-95-CLOUD to talk to a cloud expert. Use the priority code “Cloud.”

For more information about resource management, be sure to read this Hurwitz and Associates blog post.

4 Steps to Planning a Hybrid Cloud Deployment

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