Hybrid Cloud

Combines cloud and on-premises infrastructure.

Get the flexibility to innovate anywhere, across on-premise and secure cloud environment. 

Use Cases

Data center extension

PeaSoup Cloud helps customers with data centre extension, including backup and disaster recovery to the cloud. The hybrid model helps to offload applications and services to the cloud making security, storage, and access control infrastructure more robust. 

Data offloading

Businesses are generating a huge amount of data due to the increasing use of IoT devices. For Some of that data needs to be processed locally, because they can’t be easily migrated to the cloud due to cost, size, bandwidth, or timing constraints. Organizations want a consistent hybrid cloud architecture to process data on premises and easily move data to the cloud for long-term archival.

Backup & DR

PeaSoup Cloud gives enhanced security from network separation (air gapping) and offers an end-to-end backup and disaster recovery solution that’s simple, cost-effective, and can be easily integrated with your existing on-premise data protection.

VMware Native

PeaSoup cloud is VMware native. So, if you run your on-premises workloads on VMware virtualisation software and want to leverage your investment, as you start moving to the cloud, the same VMware skills and toolsets are needed to manage infrastructure on PeaSoup cloud.

Why PeaSoup for Hybrid Cloud

100% Environmental

Our cloud is powered by eco-friendly liquid-cooled data centres. Liquid immersion cooling allows for high-density deployment with huge energy reduction and its high-power computing (HPC) ready.

Individual Approach

We at PeaSoup meet your cloud needs individually, fulfiling specific applications and business needs. We'll help to move your business applications to the cloud or add more compute capacity by connecting the cloud to your network.

Simple Costs

Simplicity is at the heart of PeaSoup. Therefore all services including IaaS are all-inclusive. There are no extra egress, ingress or bandwidth charges.

Onboarding & Management

We take an individual yet comprehensive approach when onboarding new clients. Our cloud specialist will be guiding you through all process of setting up, migrating and managing your data.

Customer Support

Our 24/7/365 service desk is included as standard available to you by phone or Zendesk ticketing system. No question is too small.

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Common questions

Hybrid cloud usually refers to a mixed computing, storage, and services environment made up of on-premises infrastructure and private or public cloud services. 

As a matter of facts, there’s no single defined structure for hybrid cloud architecture. However, when you choose the hybrid cloud model, the IT admin needed to keep all the data in sync which requires hybrid cloud management tools. And, without reliable connectivity, the hybrid cloud will not work. Most hybrid models use a VPN to encrypt the traffic between the cloud and your on-premise infrastructure. Many also use WAN in conjunction with the VPN to provide connections that are more reliable and safer. In addition, APIs connect applications and databases to the cloud.

The primary benefits of a hybrid cloud is agility and cost-savings; to adapt and change direction easily and quickly; huge savings on IT infrastructure build and management. 

For example, you can move your existing on-premise applications, operational systems, and sensitive data to the cloud for greater accessibility and security.

Or, you could run and store some of your big data using private cloud so you keep it separate from your primary network.

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) provides an online privacy and anonymity by creating a private network from a public internet connection. A VPN mask your IP (internet protocol) address so your online activities are almost untraceable.

A WAN (wide area network) is a geographically distributed private telecommunications network that interconnects multiple LANs. A LAN (local area networks) is a group of computers and network devices which are all connected to each other. In business, a WAN may consist of connections to a company’s HQ, branch offices, colocation facilities, cloud services and other facilities.
API stands for Application Programming Interface. An API is a set of programming code that enables data transmission between one software product and another without having to know how they’re implemented. This can simplify app development, saving time and money.