Bridge the gap between fully on-premises and fully in-cloud


Hybrid cloud is not a product or a place; it’s an approach to cloud computing that includes a combination of private (on-premises or hosted) and public cloud environments. A hybrid cloud environment lets you choose the right workload for the right environment, as well as move workloads around as a business’s needs and technologies change.

At NetVault, we design a hybrid cloud setup for you

NetVault can design a hybrid cloud setup for you and your clients that maximises their current investment in their on-premises infrastructure, while gradually migrating workloads to our cloud platforms. A major drawback of private deployments is the inability to scale on-demand and to efficiently address peak loads. In these situations, public clouds can be preferential. 

But, there’s an even better option: a hybrid cloud takes advantages of both public and private cloud. This gives your business the ultimate flexibility to control its network and gradually make changes to infrastructure in line with key objectives. Our solutions are customised to your business needs, so get in touch and we’ll assess your requirements to offer you a truly personalised solution.

Hybrid cloud can give you:

More consistency

Cloud services are managed, orchestrated and protected consistently across the cloud. It is easy to migrate your applications to the cloud and use public cloud for redundancy.

Scalability of infrastructure in public cloud

Hybrid cloud allows you to run mission-critical enterprise apps in the cloud. Thus, you can enjoy industry-leading data services while reducing costs.

Scope to bridge the cloud divide

Deliver a consistent data experience across on-premises and public cloud.

Ultimate flexibility

Hybrid cloud services can give business the ultimate flexibility to control their network and gradually make changes to their infrastructure in line with business objectives.

Ability to develop once, run anywhere

Get continuous automation and harmony across your hybrid cloud deployment.