Cloud-Based Backup and Virtualization: Beginning the Move to Hybrid Cloud

Cloud-Based Backup and Virtualization: Beginning the Move to Hybrid Cloud

Cloud has revolutionized the capabilities of backup, and enables business to take much better advantage of virtual machines and other new technologies such as containers, IoT, and software-defined data centers.

The paper "Cloud-Based Backup and Virtualization: Beginning the Move to Hybrid Cloud" looks at how companies can leverage advances in cloud backup to improve their virtual machine and business reliability and performance. The paper provides analysis of the challenges businesses face when it comes to migrating to a hybrid and cloud-native infrastructure.


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