Do you think moving data to a public cloud is challenging? Well, you’re not alone. It’s an unpredictable and expensive process, and getting the data back from it can be even harder. While the public cloud offers an economical way to store cold backup and archival data, it lacks the ability to support ongoing access requirements for primary, backup and disaster recovery (DR) workloads that enterprises rely on in the event of an outage.
IT pros and cloud evangelists alike are looking for more cost-effective, high-performance alternatives to access their existing storage network in the public cloud. In today’s market, this simply isn’t possible. However, there is another option. In this session, we are discussing how structuring DR around hybrid-cloud storage infrastructures can help enterprises better achieve their IT goals and drastically reduce IT footprints, costly licenses and complex management. Regardless of where enterprises are in their cloud transformation process, we are sharing tips for migrating data from on-prem to the cloud and back.