Protecting Your Hybrid and Hyperscale Data Centers
Organizations are building hybrid data centers that consist of composable and scalable architectures. Their hybrid design enables distributed branches, campuses, and on-premises data centers to interconnect with data centers hosting a variety of essential services deployed across multiple clouds. This hybrid approach increases operational agility by deploying business-critical applications in the cloud while maintaining other applications and data in on-premises data centers to ensure compliance and control. This distributed model also better supports shifting workforce demands, enabling organizations to provide better access to all applications anytime, anywhere, from any location. But within that cloud model, it is critical to remember that the enterprise on-premises data center1 remains essential for protecting those applications, data, and workloads that can’t be moved to the cloud but still need to be consumed by employees, customers, and partners.