Your hybrid cloud needs a storage layer that lets you deploy applications across both public and on-premise clouds and transfer data between these clouds with ease.
The benefits of hybrid cloud
Hybrid cloud gives users the flexibility to easily move applications between cloud providers, the chance to use modern application development platforms—like containers—across different cloud environments, and the opportunity to start small and scale up as needed. However, traditional storage arrays are not built to help you achieve these goals. They lack the flexibility, openness, and scalability to support modern hybrid cloud infrastructures.
A persistent, software-defined storage architecture for your hybrid cloud environments is the best option for achieving your business objectives.