Scale Computing partnered with Google and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to develop a hybrid cloud solution that makes it easy for organizations, including channel partners and MSPS, to move application workloads freely in the cloud or on-premises.
Google Cloud Platform is an IaaS that supports the HC3 platform and virtual machines and applications that run on HC3. With HC3 running both on-premises and in Google Compute Engine, IT organizations can connect the cloud with on-premises infrastructure like never before.
“The impact on operations is significant. This takes the concept of cloud-based disaster recovery to a whole new level, because those cloud resources are part of the local LAN. This means the networking nightmare that is typically present in DR is gone, and an application which fails over to the cloud resource will retain the same IP address that it had before — and all the other systems, users, and applications will continue to communicate with the “failed” resource as though it never moved.”
CEO, Scale Computing
HC3 Cloud Unity with Google Cloud Platform
HC3 Cloud Unity puts the resources on Google’s cloud onto your local LAN. It becomes a component in your infrastructure, which your applications can communicate with, as if it were any local system.