Data Protection and Data Residency norms in few business sectors deter the Cloud adoption journey. Lack of expertise in managing and operating the Cloud Native environment further acts as a deterrent in the Cloud adoption.
Distributed Cloud at the Edge resolves the hyper-computing requirement of business sectors regulated by Data Residency norms. It makes use of the existing infrastructure at the point where the data is generated in the form of On-premise Cloud and uses Public Cloud for augmenting computing power.
As businesses adapt to change amidst dynamic markets facing evolving business requirements, this form of Hybrid Cloud environment allows them to jumpstart their Cloud adoption journey without compromising on Data Residency norms.
Kubernetes container orchestration at the Edge allows the enterprises to manage the Cloud ensemble as one entity while complying with local laws and global standards. It also allows them to confidently execute different use cases.
Executing the ensemble as Managed Services allows enterprises to jumpstart the Cloud adoption journey. It is especially beneficial to sectors such as Pharmaceuticals, Medical care, Defense, Financial Services, etc.
Distributed Cloud at the Edge executed as Managed Services allows the enterprises to efficiently handle evolving business requirements and deliver them at an accelerated pace while strictly abiding with Data Residency laws and requirements.