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HYBRID CLOUD JOURNAL

Welcome to the Hybrid Cloud Journal. We explore the evolving role for cloud computing service offerings and the commercial applications within the global marketplace.

Hybrid cloud is a composition of two or more cloud services — typically a combination of private and public cloud — that remain distinct entities but are bound together, offering the benefits of multiple deployment models.

With an open, hybrid cloud infrastructure from Red Hat, your IT organization can better serve your business by delivering more agile and flexible solutions while protecting business assets and preparing for the future.

Learn more about Open Hybrid Cloud solutions.

Change is a constant with technology. And the more we learn about open technology, we see that its core tenants — choice and collaboration — are the stable truths of modern technology. Choice of open operating system created the first billion dollar open source company. And collaboration has standardized and commoditized technology so it works for you — not for the vendor. And that is what open enterprise technology stands for today.

The term “open source” refers to something that can be modified because its design is publicly accessible.

While it originated in the context of computer software development, today the term open source designates a set of values — what Red Hat calls the open source way. Open source projects, products, or initiatives are those that embrace and celebrate open exchange, collaborative participation, rapid prototyping, transparency, meritocracy, and community development.

The Hybrid Cloud Journal was created by David H. Deans | GeoActive Group

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