New Report Illustrates Need For Hybrid Cloud Solution Enabling Operations Across Multiple Clouds

Auckland, New Zealand – 30 September, 2020 – Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced findings of a new report analysing key challenges and opportunities with hybrid cloud adoption. While most see hybrid cloud as the ideal IT model, the report showed that many struggle to adopt it — with 70% of organisations believing that their transformation is taking longer than expected. However, the goal is clear: nearly all respondents (95%) think their organisation would benefit from an optimal hybrid implementation providing consistent IT constructs and operations across multiple clouds, eliminating many of the challenges they currently face ranging from operational silos to staffing shortages.

As businesses everywhere struggle to adapt to a new reality, one thing is becoming even clearer: flexibility is crucial to business success. Whether enterprises need to leverage public cloud to deliver remote desktops quickly, consolidate disaster recovery sites, move workloads to a private cloud to stave off public cloud capacity concerns, or take advantage of on-demand capacity bursting, the current global situation has emphasised the need for an adaptable IT infrastructure for many businesses. But flexibility no longer means using both public and private clouds — it means having a consistent experience, tooling and operational practices across multiple clouds to dramatically simplify the ability to move applications and data to the most appropriate cloud environment.

“According to the findings, Australian businesses have a heightened concern for security, with 84 per cent of local organisations citing it as a barrier to moving applications to public cloud,” said Lee Thompson, A/NZ Managing Director of Nutanix.

“Despite these trepidations, the findings make it very clear Australian businesses want hybrid cloud and are headed in that direction. Positively, the research shows Australian organisations were the most confident in having the IT skills needed to get there, with only 32 per cent of businesses saying skills shortages held them back. While this is still a significant number, it’s considerably ahead of the global average of 50 per cent. As we adapt to a new economy, it’s important we continue to invest in those skills and overcome security challenges as businesses get used to a new, digital-focused working environment.”

The report, commissioned by Nutanix and created by independent market research firm Vanson Bourne, analysed key challenges businesses are currently facing when managing both public and private cloud infrastructures. The company surveyed 650 IT decision-makers from multiple industries, business sizes and geographies in the Americas; Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA); and Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) regions.

 

 

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