29. To the end user, the myriad processes happening behind the scenes should appear as a single, seamless application. “Typically, people think of hybrid clouds as some combination of different cloud environments – say, two public clouds like Amazon.com AWS and Microsoft Azure – or perhaps a public/private cloud or cloud/on-premises combination – or a mix of any of these options with managed hosting offerings like Rackspace’s.
“Applications that run in such hybrid clouds, therefore, consist of disparate workloads running in separate environments, and furthermore, those workloads may move from one environment to another for several different reasons, including application deployment, load balancing, disaster recovery, or price arbitrage, among others.
“From the end-user perspective, however, this whole mess should appear as a single collaborative application – and furthermore, must perform just as well as an app running in a single environment. And therein lies the session management challenge.” – Jason Bloomberg, Rackspace: Untangling Knotty Hybrid Cloud Challenges With Vizru Low-Code Platform, Forbes; Twitter: @TheEbizWizard
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