As enterprises increasingly move to the cloud, they are discovering a wide variety of routes to get there. In a recent series of blog posts, I’ve addressed
- Using the hybrid cloud to add data centers and capacity
- Using the hybrid cloud to add cloud capabilities
- Using the hybrid cloud for app migration
In fact, many companies undertake multiple, simultaneous cloud migrations, each one using a different approach—or combination of approaches—and affecting different applications and different business units with particular needs and goals. Not surprisingly, that multifaceted combination has important implications for monitoring and managing the performance of all those applications.
This is part 4 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: