Watch ‘This Week in Cloud’ (3 of 6): Distributing Applications and Data in a Hybrid Cloud

Watch ‘This Week in Cloud’ (3 of 6): Distributing Applications and Data in a Hybrid Cloud

 

Join Join HP's Chief Software Evangelist, Paul Muller (@xthestreams), and Raf Los (@wh1t3rabbit) as they host the third of six deep dive videos into cloud computing. In this episode of “This Week in the Cloud,” HP's Christian Verstraete (a.k.a. - The HP Cloud Source) gives expert tips for deciding how to distribute applications and data in your hybrid cloud deployment model. 

 

You know you want to move some applications and some data into the cloud, but how do you determine whether a private, public or hybrid cloud is best.  You asked and we answer in this new video.  Watch as Christian explains what you need to determine regarding core or context applications and data, and then making the decision on what type of cloud works best.

 

 

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HP Converged Cloud technical white paper

HP Converged Cloud business white paper

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To read more about HP Converged Cloud, go to www.hp.com/go/cloud 

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