5 times when cloud repatriation makes sense
A growing number of enterprises are pulling selected applications out of the cloud and returning them to their brick-and-mortar data centers. Cloud repatriation is gaining momentum as enterprises realize the cloud isn’t always the best solution to IT cost, performance and other concerns.
Dave Cope, senior director of market development for Cisco’s CloudCenter, believes that technology has evolved to the point where enterprises now have the unprecedented freedom to locate applications wherever maximum cost, performance and security benefits can be achieved. “There’s an ability to place workloads where they best reside based on business priorities, not IT constraints,” he notes. “We’re starting to get this natural distribution of workloads across existing and new environments … where they make the most sense.”