Hybrid Cloud is an increasingly practical and scalable IT delivery model where Private Cloud is used in combination with Enterprise or Public Clouds. The workloads and applications are assigned based on characteristics or business rules relating to privacy/security and compute/storage requirements. LightEdge provides full Hybrid Cloud solutions, which include integration of your equipment in our environment to support your hybrid IT environment.
Why Use LightEdge as your Hybrid Cloud Provider?
Our strength is with the integration of customer on-premises, colocation and/or Public Clouds with LightEdge hosted Enterprise Cloud, Bare Metal Cloud or Private Cloud environments. The limitless combination of resource models provides best-fit infrastructure for a business’s unique application workloads and security requirements.
Our best-in-class orchestration provided by UCS Director and monitoring solutions from ScienceLogic allow our clients to deploy, provision, monitor and manage their entire IT infrastructure and networking environment across multiple platforms and equipment from a single pane of glass.
Highly-experienced professional services team to assist with design and implementation
Premium on and off-premises monitoring capabilities
Local, Private High-Speed Networks
Colocation and 3rd party integration
SSAE 16 audited data centers
Who is Hybrid Cloud right for?
Hybrid Cloud leverages the best attributes of our customers’ existing infrastructure combined with LightEdge cloud service offerings and integration expertise. LightEdge will optimize the compute, cost and security attributes of the client’s business, applications and networking requirements for both private and public environments. Delivery is largely dependent on the number of environments, business rules, networking and automation requirements. The good news is our clients can migrate in steps at a manageable pace.
Hybrid Cloud services are ideal for companies that:
Are Multi or Single-Tenant
Are a combination of Single-Tenant and Multi-Tenant
May include Public Clouds
Use rules-based workloads and applications assignments