Private Cloud for AWS: 3 Signs It’s Time for Your Own | HPE Helion
Imagine you are planning a scenic fall hike through Yosemite: you want to witness the leaves in their fleeting state of fire reds, golden yellows, and warm oranges; you want to capture the last rush of waterfalls before winter, and you can’t leave without a trek up El Capitan.
Now imagine you only have one afternoon to do all of that…
If you somehow had the technology to satisfy that kind of unthinkable timeline, then you could check off all the boxes – and in less time than ever before.
You can think of this as the premise of Amazon Web Services (AWS): to provide businesses with on-demand infrastructure services allowing them to immediately scale resources up and down. With this type of access to the cloud, businesses using AWS are able to gain a competitive edge in their industries by working more efficiently, with less capital, to speed products to market – all without compromising quality.
But now that AWS users have become more familiar with public cloud resources, they are finding themselves in situations where public cloud simply cannot meet every objective. What they really need is a private cloud for AWS, which can solve a few different issues across industries.
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via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.