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With many people adopting a cloud only solution, this is one question that I think should be asked more often, “I have my entire architecture in the cloud, so why would I want a physical server?”
We’ve been hearing a lot lately from customers who are frustrated by the limitations of one-size-fits all clouds, whether they’re based on public cloud or private cloud or bare metal servers. These customers want each of their workloads to run where it runs best and most cost-effectively. And that’s what we at Rackspace work to deliver to them, through our hybrid cloud.
This post is part two of a two-part series that examines hybrid hosting, use cases and questions you should ask when considering a hybrid hosting environment. For more detailed information on hybrid hosting check out the white paper “Nervous About Cloud? Go Hybrid Instead.”
We know you’ve been waiting for the latest release of SharePoint, and now that SharePoint 2013 is available, we want to offer you a choice in how the use it. To do that, we’ve expanded our SharePoint portfolio to make SharePoint 2013 available to our dedicated and cloud customers.
This post is part one of a two-part series that examines hybrid hosting, use cases and questions you should ask when considering a hybrid hosting environment. Stay tuned for part two, which will run November 14. For more detailed information on hybrid hosting check out the white paper “Nervous About Cloud? Go Hybrid Instead.”
This post comes to you from Toby Owen, Rackspace Product Manager for Hybrid Hosting Solutions.
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