Lots of organizations worldwide have the goal of an open hybrid cloud. The ability to build applications that work with multiple public cloud providers as well as on-premise virtualization services without vendor lock-in has many advantages:
- The ability to move workloads from one cloud provider to another.
- The freedom to move workloads in-house and off-premises as needed.
- The ability to coordinate tasks running in different clouds.
For a definition of open hybrid cloud, we turn to Red Hat’s Eric Schabell:
Hybrid cloud is a combination of one or more public and private clouds with at least a degree of workload portability, integration, orchestration, and unified management.
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