I explain the idea behind Application Availability Between Hybrid Data Centers reference architecture. Driven by applications and workloads, a hybrid data center is really a technology strategy of the entire infrastructure mix of on-premises and off-premises data compute resources. IT workloads reside in conventional enterprise IT (legacy systems), an on-premises private cloud (mission critical apps), at a third-party off-premises location (managed, hosting, or cloud provider), or a combination of all three. Today’s F5-powered hybrid data centers enable organizations to minimize downtime, scale on demand, and increase the ability to reliably deliver new applications and functionality.






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