Hybrid cloud is any modernized infrastructure that involves two or more delivery models: a private cloud, a managed private cloud and public cloud resources, including coordinated management/service provisioning.
Digital transformation is when a business or industry adopts new digital technologies to change the way it interacts with its customers. It’s characterized by an organization embracing the megatrends of cloud, mobile, social and big data to accelerate the delivery of these new customer experiences and introduce more data-driven processes.
Cloud-native applications are a next generation distributed application architecture that use open, common standards and that are dynamic in nature and highly scalable.
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) gives you on-demand access to IT infrastructure. This includes the resources such as storage, networks and compute that you need to run your workloads. As a business user, you can request IT services whenever you need them, paying only for what you consume.
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is a cloud-based environment you can use to develop, test, run and manage your applications on. This approach delivers the development environment you need, without the complexity of buying, building or managing the underlying infrastructure. As a result, you can work faster and release your applications quicker.
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