The world might be familiar with only three companies as the providers of Hybrid Cloud: Amazon Web Series, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Now, three other big players have- oracle, Cisco, and IBM.
- Oracle had perhaps done the most hybrid cloud front. Its hybrid cloud platform, Cloud@Customer, which was published in 2016 made it stand apart from the rest of the three. By making it easier for the customers to keep their workloads partly on-premise while still taking advantage of the public cloud services offered by Oracle, its hybrid platform blocks the customers to get lured by the Big Red companies.
- Cisco on the other hand plunged deeper into the pool of hybrid cloud providers by announcing an “ ambitious new vision” of its Intersight platform. Intersight, the name of Cisco Cloud Provider, is known for attending to the customers as an overhaul by managing workloads on multiple public clouds.
- The only vendor with a lot of effects whose main challenge was to figure out how to keep customers at bay from the bigger cloud covers is IBM. Like Cisco, IBM is not an open merchant itself. Its cloud platform- OpenShift- helps the customers to accomplish their workloads by providing resources and ample facilities to keep their gaze away from wandering at the Big 3.
- Outposts, Azure Stack and Arc, and Google Anthos are probably the best-known cloud providers. But the pace at which the hybrid cloud is evolving proves the emergence of the three new enterprises that have captured most of the mindshare to date.