As organizations become more digitized, customers, employees, and partners want more control over, and access to, digital services. To stay on top of those demands, you need a hybrid multicloud strategy that keeps your on-premises infrastructure agile and high performing, with the ability to leverage the cloud on demand.
One important question to ask: Where is the best place to store my data, on premises or in the cloud? If you want control of your data, then on premises is the right choice. However, the data center isn’t designed to handle the additional infrastructure that’s needed, and you can’t build it at the speed your business requires.
What about the cloud? Public clouds offer attractive elasticity and cost efficiencies, which can speed up innovation throughout your business. However, running workloads in public clouds presents management complexity and risk, such as:
Srinivas Tenneti is a Senior Infrastructure Storage Architect for Keystone. He joined NetApp in 2020 with 20+ years of enterprise experience. Before NetApp, Srinivas Tenneti has worked at Cisco Systems for the past twenty years. In his 20-year-old journey at Cisco, he has worked in Service Provider, Enterprise, Commercial, and IoT markets. He began at Cisco in engineering and spent the last ten years in Solution engineering as Network and Security Architect. He holds dual CCIE certification - Routing & Switching and Security and holds Masters from NC state in Computer Science. Besides, Srinivas is also pursuing a Ph.D. at NC state in mitigating malware propagation in large networks.