Managing Databases in a Hybrid Cloud: 8 Key Considerations | In the News

To manage and monitor hybrid cloud database environments, consider business and application goals plus costs, latency, security, stability, simplicity, tools, and technical skills.

Hybrid cloud database deployments extend the same conception to the data itself. But the decision to go to a hybrid cloud database model should be driven by application and workload needs that call for databases to be on a hybrid cloud, said Yugal Joshi, Partner at technology research advisory Everest Group. If that’s the case, hybrid architectures can provide complementary benefits to the underlying applications by streamlining access to required data.

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