Hybrid IT

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What is Hybrid IT?


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Unlock the benefits of hybrid IT

As organizations work to balance on‐premises IT services with moving to the public cloud, a logical middle ground has emerged—the hybrid cloud. This architecture model combines public and private cloud into one cohesive environment, allowing you to take advantage of pay‐per‐use pricing, the scalability and flexibility of cloud computing, and the security of dedicated hardware.

While a hybrid cloud architecture can offer many business benefits, it often creates complexity and operational friction, slowing your digital transformation efforts if your IT staff cannot dedicate time or needs to gain expertise.

Engineering and hybrid cloud product roadmap

Bring cloud consumption models and added flexibility to your enterprise

The challenges of migrating workloads to a public cloud environment are vast. However, the benefits are just as significant: decreased deployment time, less infrastructure complexity, enhanced integration, mobility, automation, automatic backup, and a pay-as-you-consume model are just the beginning.

CBTS can help you break through the challenges and deliver the right hybrid IT solutions to meet your business goals. We can provide dedicated cloud services, colocation facilities, and advanced infrastructure solutions—all implemented with deep security expertise.

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What is hybrid IT?

A hybrid infrastructure, or hybrid cloud, is an IT environment comprised of a mix of on-premises data centers, private clouds, and public clouds.

Hybrid cloud computing empowers enterprises to strategically deploy sensitive workloads in an on-premises cloud environment while utilizing a third-party public cloud provider for less critical resources. This approach harnesses the advantages of both private and public cloud models, enabling organizations to optimize their cloud infrastructure.


Benefits of hybrid IT

Hybrid cloud computing offers numerous benefits and advantages to enterprise organizations

Superior control

Customize and adjust the model to fit your needs while maintaining control over critical operations and data.

Increased innovation

Increase speed to market by optimizing IT performance and providing the agility needed to meet changing business demands.


Take advantage of the power and services of a public cloud while reducing the potential exposure of critical data.

Cost savings

Optimize your IT spending while lowering operational expenses with the secure, scalable public cloud for non-mission-critical parts of the business.


Tap into the flexibility and power of the public cloud to seamlessly increase operational capacity when computing demands spike.

Business continuity

Back up data by duplicating it to the Cloud so that in the event of a disaster or computing failure, business operations will not be interrupted.


of IT leaders are adopting a hybrid cloud strategy.



Obstacles to a successful hybrid environment include unrealized agility, complex IT operations, growing costs, and the increase in risk. CBTS provides proven cloud expertise, on-demand access to resources and insights, and improved visibility and compliance control.

From cloud discovery, assessment, strategy, and design, to migration, implementation, monitoring, and management of your environments, CBTS has the experience to help you achieve your goals. At every stage of your journey, you get deep industry expertise delivered with a personal touch.


Review your organization’s needs thoroughly and consider critical factors such as data storage, workload requirements, security concerns, and compliance requirements.


Establish a governance model that includes policies and procedures for cloud resource management, security, and compliance.


Determine workload fit: public cloud vs. on-premises/private. Consider data sensitivity, regulations, and latency.


Continuously optimize hybrid cloud: monitor, track performance, adjust as needed for seamless strategy.

CBTS seamlessly integrates robust security measures into enterprise hybrid IT infrastructures, ensuring a continuous, real-time defense mechanism and an unparalleled user experience. We safeguard your infrastructure through an array of cutting-edge security solutions, offering enterprise-grade protection on a large scale.

“What are we most commonly hearing from our clients? They need simplicity, performance, agility, and robustness for their rapidly evolving IT requirements. All managed with improved security.”

– Steve Lankard, Vice President of Infrastructure Solutions


CBTS hybrid IT solutions

One platform to run, manage, and enhance your hybrid estate

CBTS services include:

  • Unified portal for your entire IT estate.
  • Intuitive consumption analytics.
  • Full‑featured capacity planning capabilities.
  • Deployment and management of your cloud services.

  • Mitigate risk with continuous compliance control.

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Infrastructure as a Service: Bringing cloud flexibility and consumption to your data center


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Case studies

The client is a leader in the “fast-casual pizza” business, with $166 million in annual sales and 153 units in seven states. Additionally, this pizza chain operates over 100 “take-and-bake” kiosks in grocery stores and offers products at 18 entertainment and sports venues.

The company was continuously making improvements to its pizza ordering system to improve and streamline customer experience. With web and mobile options available for pizza ordering, the company wanted to reinforce and enhance its infrastructure to make it even easier to order online.

CBTS solution
CBTS managed services specialists, engineers, and operations professionals collaborated with the client’s IT team to provide the framework to support the company’s initiatives. Within ten days, CBTS provided the following solutions:

  • Web hosting service as part of the CBTS IaaS solution.
  • Internet access at all store locations through VPN tunnels.
  • Infrastructure monitoring and management of firewalls, servers, VDOMs, and VPNs.

After launch, the client enjoyed 33% savings on IT services, improved service delivery, and end-to-end services/support. Since deploying the IaaS solution, the client has engaged CBTS for additional services, including a CBTS IP VPN solution for headquarters and franchise store operations, Avaya phone support, and hosted back-office application management.

Aligning hybrid IT with business outcomes

Organizations opt for hybrid IT for various reasons, driven by the ultimate goal of making sound business decisions. Hybrid IT offers companies the best of both worlds—the flexibility of a hyperscale environment and the security of storing mission-critical data on private cloud infrastructure. Simultaneously, power-intensive processes can be moved to public cloud services, optimizing energy consumption. A well-designed hybrid infrastructure can swiftly yield returns on upfront investments.

Cost savings is one of the main reasons that companies decide to migrate to a cloud environment.


Top 5 questions

What is hybrid cloud infrastructure?

A hybrid cloud is a mixed computing environment that includes public and private clouds and on-premises data centers or edge locations.

Why is hybrid IT important?

Hybrid IT is vital for meeting employee demands for digital solutions and enabling seamless data and workload transfers between cloud platforms.


What is the difference between the hybrid cloud and hybrid IT?

Hybrid IT facilitates organizations in delivering IT resources as services, bridging the gap between legacy systems and cloud services. Hybrid cloud emphasizes the integration of public and private cloud computing storage.


Who should consider hybrid IT?

Legacy private cloud companies can boost IT capabilities by transitioning to a hybrid cloud. Businesses with periodic traffic spikes also find hybrid cloud advantageous.


What security risks are involved?

Data breaches and leaks can occur when sharing data between private and public clouds. IT must enforce strict guidelines, protocols, and robust security measures on all devices to protect against these risks.


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