Enterprises are adopting edge, hybrid and multicloud architectures with applications and data assets spread across public and private clouds while also supporting a remote, dynamic user base. However, there is a consistent issue: IT teams struggle with delivering secure, predictable network connectivity required by their applications. This struggle can be as much an organizational alignment issue as it a tools and technology issue, often leading to ineffective and delayed deployments.
IBM Hybrid Cloud Mesh, a multicloud networking solution, is a SaaS product designed to allow organizations to establish simple and secured application-centric connectivity across a wide variety of public and private clouds, edge and on-premises. It can bridges operational silos, giving granular network control to CloudOps and easy to-consume interfaces to DevOps teams for faster problem solving.
Simple, secured and predictable application-centric connectivity
How to build application-aligned mutlicloud networks
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Create secured application connectivity across clouds in minutes, not days.
Enhance collaboration between DevOps and CloudOps teams through a single portal.
Make the network “follow the application” when services move across locations.
Save time with seamless auto-discovery of cloud infrastructure and applications.
Easily create a secure application-centric network overlay in a hybrid, multicloud environment.
Enable your hybrid network to automatically change as applications move across multiple clouds.
Deliver consistent and predictable connectivity to applications deployed in public and private clouds.
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