5 reasons you need persistent hybrid cloud storage
Traditional storage arrays lack flexibility, openness, and scalability to support modern hybrid cloud infrastructures. A persistent, software-defined storage architecture for hybrid cloud environments provides portability, simplicity, accessibility, efficiency, and flexibility. Software-defined storage allows you to integrate workloads from on-premise to public clouds, or among different public cloud providers.
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