The future of cloud

Current Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds, both public and private, are not interoperable. As a result, cloud users find themselves locked into a single provider, which may not suit their needs.

A true multi-cloud deployment, on the other hand, facilitates fault tolerance strategies that can withstand the failure of an entire provider. Furthermore, multi-cloud deployments can offer new resource management and economic alternatives to would-be cloud users that are already managing their own elaborate private cloud infrastructures. If wellintegrated with private clouds, public clouds can provide an outlet for excess load or growth.

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Designing an effective cloud strategy

Today’s clouds lack the homogeneity necessary for a cost-effective multi-cloud deployment. That is, a single VM image cannot be deployed unmodified on any IaaS cloud. Even worse, there is no consistent set of hypervisor-level services across providers.

HTBASE's OneCloud Hypervisor (OCH) not only help organizations build a private cloud but also, create a common layer of virtualization across private and public clouds, where you can live migrate workloads, automatically deploy applications and much more, reducing cloud management hours from hours, to minutes.


Multi-cloud Benefits:


  • Reduce public cloud costs by 45%
  • Cross cloud PaaS
  • Single management platform
  • Reduce effort from hours to minutes

Multi-Cloud Resources

Learn more about multi-cloud and its benefits to your cloud strategy

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White Paper
Multi-cloud benefits
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Webcast
Designing a multi-cloud strategy

Multi-Cloud Support

HTBASE's Composable Infrastructure platform currently support the 3 major public cloud providers

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AWS

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AZURE

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GOOGLE CLOUD

Hypervisor Support

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OCH
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VMware