What is a Hybrid Cloud Management Platform?
A hybrid cloud management platform is a platform that consists of multiple cloud environments, including private and public clouds, with the aim of providing agility and cost savings. This allows for lowered costs on hardware-based resources, while also being used to launch mobile or web-based applications.
The two main types of cloud management software that can be used on a hybrid cloud management platform are proprietary and open source.
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Who are Hybrid Cloud Management Software Vendors?
Some of the top hybrid cloud management software vendors include Cisco, Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, VMware and Thales.
See also Thales
What are some Hybrid Cloud Management Solutions?
Some hybrid cloud management solutions are open-sourced, such as CloudStack or OpenStack. However, a hybrid approach with a public or private setting can allow companies to automate workloads across different cloud environments. Managing and analyzing costs, aggregating services, and integrating APIS are some hybrid cloud management solutions.
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