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The right move

Rick Powles, Vice President EMEA at Druva, explains what the continuing move to cloud models will really mean for storage

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SDS takes centre stage

IDC is forecasting that Software-Defined Storage solutions will generate worldwide revenues of over $16 Billion in 2021.

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Morpheus expands multi-cloud DevOps automation

Increasing momentum with MSPs

New research shows increased interest in hybrid cloud adoption

Identifies management of data security and multiple cloud platforms as well as migration of legacy IT as major challenges

Commvault expands MS Azure Stack integration

Helping enterprises "increase agility, reduce costs and discover valuable insights"

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On track for cloud archival

Network Rail has partnered with Preservica to create a cloud-based digital archive designed to actively preserve, and provide secure access to, vital operational information and unique digital assets from the history of the UK's railway network

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CH Awards winners

Product of the Year – Cloud Hosting Awards 2016

WINNER: FalconStor - FreeStor
RUNNER UP: SUSE - SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6

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Company of the Year – Cloud Hosting Awards 2016

WINNER: Tintri
RUNNER UP: Acronis

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Welcome to the May edition of the Cloud Hosting eNewsletter, which includes a look at some interesting pan-European research on the adoption of hybrid cloud. Over 80 percent of enterprises polled are deploying workloads using a mix of cloud types, without fully-integrated or completely formalised interactions between them. The adoption of hybrid cloud takes this one step further, creating an environment that delivers a high degree of interoperation and integrated management.

As Liam Eagle of 451 Research comments: "Multi-cloud is often considered an interim step toward a fully hybrid cloud setup… Perhaps most significant is that approximately a quarter of companies already use some form of hybrid cloud – using the definition of seamless delivery of a single business function across multiple environments." Among the top business drivers toward hybrid – perhaps predictably - is the desire to improve the speed of deployment of applications and services, to enhance business agility.

David Tyler

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