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Why virtualized hybrid clouds might not happen soon

April 15, 2011 No Comments

The architectural concept is compelling: Have sets of virtualized servers that exist in your data center, with the ability to move virtual machines dynamically between your data center and a public cloud provider — in other words, a virtualized hybrid cloud.

What’s so compelling is that you can load balance between your private and public clouds at the VM level, moving virtual machines between on-premise and public cloud servers, running them where they will be most effective and efficient. Perhaps you can even use an auto-balancing mechanism, and dynamic management allows a system to pick the location of the VMs based on cost and SLA information. Why would you not want one of those?

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