Addressing Security Challenges in Hybrid Cloud Environments

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Enterprises are harnessing Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud and hybrid technologies to power their digital transformation: the integration of flexibility, agility, and unique cultural shifts into business processes to enrich customer and stakeholder experience. In fact, it’s projected that by 2020, 90 percent of organizations will be adopting or using hybrid cloud infrastructures and services. Indeed, the hybrid cloud environment enables businesses to portably manage workload requirements by using public cloud platforms to run applications while using the resources of private cloud infrastructures to manage the data needed to run the applications.

But running applications in public clouds while managing the application data in private clouds makes for a unique set of security requirements.

We discuss the challenges that DevOps teams face in hybrid environments and how those challenges can be overcome.

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