For many companies, the goal isn’t to share their applications across both their own data center and the public cloud. Rather, they want to move some of their applications lock, stock, and barrel to the cloud. If some of the company’s apps live in the cloud while others remain in the on-premise data center, then intentionally or not, these companies also have hybrid clouds.
This is part 3 in a series on how companies use the hybrid cloud to solve real-world problems. It is published on the New Relic website and is available here: