Typically, an enterprise chooses a public cloud to host and access compute instances, storage resources, or other services, such as big data analytics clusters or serverless compute capabilities, including born-in-the-cloud and SaaS applications. They provide and create demand for DevOp environments while providing the greatest elasticity for spinning up and down computing resources to support demand. However, an enterprise has no direct control over the architecture of a public cloud, so, for hybrid cloud deployments, it must architect its private cloud to achieve compatibility with the desired public cloud or clouds. This architecture involves the implementation of suitable hardware within the data center, including servers, storage, a local area network (LAN), and load balancers.
Nlyte provides the ability to assess the owned and leased assets across their entire lifecycle and apply that to a given application workload. This insight allows an organization to assess performance and cost to place workloads in the most optimal and economic place. Also, Nlyte’s Asset Explorer can track application instances and user licenses within the Public Cloud to ensure license and entitlements are in check.