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Red Hat Shares - September 2017 - public-private-hybrid

In this issue

Public, private, or hybrid cloud?

  • The cloud basics—and then some
  • So, which do I need: public, private, or hybrid?
  • What are other IT organizations doing?
  • What if neither public nor private cloud is the perfect solution for your business?
  • Customer spotlight: Rackspace helps customers embrace the cloud
  • More to explore
  • New Red Hat offerings and releases

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From the editor

Most enterprises have stopped supporting public- or private-only cloud solutions in favor of hybrid clouds. But how do you decide which cloud environment is best for your workloads? Step 1: Read this issue of Red Hat Shares, starting with a comparison of different cloud types.

Get some ideas

The cloud basics—and then some


So, which do I need: public, private, or hybrid?

Watch William Giard’s 2017 OpenStack® Summit session―"Public? Private? Hybrid? What is the Optimal Deployment Strategy for Your Applications?"―for details on business, technical, and other considerations when determining where to deploy solutions.

Decisions, decisions

What are other IT organizations doing?

Red Hat Shares - September 2017 - survey Source: "Building Trust in a Cloudy Sky" McAffee. January 2017.

What if neither public nor private cloud is the perfect solution for your business?

An open hybrid cloud can address issues like portability, security, using existing IT investments, avoiding vendor dependency, and more.

Open hybrid cloud for the win

Customer spotlight

Rackspace helps customers embrace the cloud

See how Rackspace built a hosted, on-premise private cloud that lets customers instantly access a standardized, virtualized cloud environment managed through 1 interface.

They won an award for it

More to explore


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