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IBM Offers Hybrid Cloud

Written on August 26, 2011 by Adam Eve

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IBM is now offering a hybrid cloud approach, enabling organizations to manage their resources regardless of where they reside.

IBM is talking about business reservations about rolling out applications in the public cloud with a hybrid approach. The hybrid cloud can monitor access and manage application deployments on both public and private cloud system. IBM, building on its acquisition of Cast Iron, would enable organizations to gain wider visibility, control and automation with their assets and computing environments. Moreover, the hybrid cloud approach also allows administrators to complete tasks in a matter of days.

IBM’s hybrid cloud expands their SmartCloud portfolio, combining Tivoli Cloud’s hybrid capabilities and Cast Iron’s application and data integration technology. The software will define policies, quotas, limits, monitoring and performance rules for the public cloud the same as on-premise resources. That way, users can access public cloud resources through a single-service catalogue.

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