Lessons

  • Overview
  • Lesson 1: What is Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure? [2:12]
  • Lesson 2: Why Use Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure? [2:53]
  • Lesson 3: How do you implement Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure? [2:51]
  • Knowledge Check
  • Post-Course Survey

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More than ever, state and local government needs modern technology that makes it easier to manage critical applications and deliver the modern services that citizens expect. And government IT departments need to do that without creating an even more complex IT ecosystem.

To meet these challenges, some agencies turned to hyperconverged infrastructure solutions that combine storage, compute, networking and hypervisor resources. But this design doesn’t allow workloads to span multiple resources across both the data center and multiple public clouds. In fact, a 2018 Gartner report found that as the use cases for hyperconvergence expand, many customers become challenged with workload consolidation and simplified IT operations.

Only a hybrid cloud infrastructure that builds on hyperconvergence design principles allows for a true hybrid, multi-cloud experience. In this course, we’ll explore challenges that hybrid cloud infrastructure solves, as well as some of its benefits, and how you can implement it at your organization.

For more information on hyperconvergence, check out these resources:

NetApp HCI Datasheet

Building an Effective Bridge to IT Modernization