Serve today. Build tomorrow. With hybrid cloud.
HPE makes the case for hybrid cloud services to transform and enhance relationships with citizens and businesses
With an unsettled world navigating an uncertain future, local governments are experiencing even more pressure on budgets--and thinking differently about how to deliver the next wave of digital transformation.
At a time when citizens need information, and businesses need support and advice, legacy technology issues can trip up IT teams sprinting to deliver. But hybrid cloud offers a clear path to transform, while confidently serving citizens and building tomorrow.
Modern IT is at the heart of local government, helping to care for citizens while creating value in a world where almost everyone and everything generates and shares data. Whether on- or off-premises, bare-metal, virtualised or container-based; or in a public or private cloud, modern IT must comprehend the full gamut of hybrid cloud possibilities, composing and deploying resources faster than ever before.
Hybrid cloud allows data centres to expand virtually rather than physically. Instead of buying servers, you can rent compute and storage capacity on a ‘pay-as-you-use' basis. That doesn’t mean abandoning the local cloud but instead, orchestrating data centre resources to work in combination with cloud services.
HPE has prepared an e-book that outlines how hybrid cloud computing can help wring the last value out of sunk costs while moving resources to the cloud.
To find out more about how best to move to hybrid cloud, download the e-book here.
Responsive local government that is always on, always learning, always improving.
Serve today. Build tomorrow. With HPE.
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