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Hybrid cloud: The best of all worlds

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In my previous blog posts, I have written a lot about hybrid cloud possibilities and what benefits it brings to any organization working with a large amount of data and/or multiple applications.

  • Firstly, I introduced the collaboration between IBM and RedHat that has already been kickstarted with the introduction of Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud.
  • Furthermore, I introduced IBM Cloud Paks which offers open, faster and more reliable cloud computing on any cloud whether it is to build, manage or move core business applications.
  • Lastly, in my blog “Control your data or drown trying” I dug deeper into the IBM Cloud Pak for Data, which offers all the benefits of data virtualization and helps you manage and control your data – simple and easy – on any cloud.

Best practices when bringing your hybrid cloud journey to life

Today I am proud to announce our new e-book:

Hybrid cloud: The best of all worlds

In a world of complex security, workload and data hosting needs, enterprise leaders may find that a “one-cloud-fits-all” strategy does not effectively address the needs of their organization.

With this ebook, you can learn the benefits and best practices of bringing a hybrid cloud strategy to life within your organization.

Do you have any further questions or would like to start a dialogue on how we at IBM can help to accelerate your cloud journey, please do not hesitate to contact me at FRANKO@dk.ibm.com or read more here.

Director, IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software Technical Specialists & Solutioning Nordic

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