Many large organizations either can’t or won’t go all-in on the public cloud. Regulatory compliance, legacy infrastructure, and costs drive these organizations to build private clouds. Do you invest in VMs or containers? Do you use OpenStack, Kubernetes, or Mesos to orchestrate your cloud? How will you bridge your private cloud with AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Compute Cloud? You need a flexible architecture that not only embraces all the above, but facilitate frictionless movement among them.
Specifically, you’ll learn how you can use software-defined storage to:
1. Support any hypervisor, container, or cloud platform – simultaneously.
2. Plug into any cloud orchestration tool to automate your private cloud.
3. Integrate public cloud – and not just bolt it on – when you’re ready.
4. Create self-service storage and sandboxes for DevOps environments.