• David Goulden discusses the three driving forces for hybrid cloud adoption


      David Goulden, CEO of EMC Information Infrastructure, reflects on three forces driving adoption of hybrid cloud: cost reduction, agility and digital business transformation.

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  • Get cloud services that meet every need. On-demand.

    These on-demand services push everything to the next level. Productivity spikes, complexity disappears, and opportunities become possible that never were before.

    For IT

    Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

    This cost-effective, pay-per-use service lets you right-size your resources, from compute, to networking, to storage.

    > Save significantly on hardware cost

    > Save by scaling performance and capacity-to-workloads and drive efficiency

    See the huge advantages of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

    For your developers

    Platform as a Service (PaaS)

    Developers are able to set up their environments, and then build and deploy applications much faster.

    >Applications get to market quicker

    >Deploy to both public and private clouds in minutes

    Learn the huge advantages of Platform as a Service (PaaS)

    For application owners

    Application as a Service (AaaS)

    Get instant, on-demand access to all the best business apps without the need to install or maintain them.

    >Scale up or down based on user needs

    > Data is never lost since it’s all in the cloud

    Check out hybrid cloud optimized for business users
  • What’s trending in hybrid cloud today

    Check out the top trending cloud resources among your peers.


    Redefine IT With Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud

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    Enterprise Hybrid Cloud - EMC Federation

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    Cloud Architect Training and Certification

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  • 1Source: McKinsey and EMC analyses