Over the past few years, Amazon Web Services, the public cloud champ, has gradually embraced the hybrid cloud model. The truth was (and is) that big companies want to keep some workloads and data under their purview and off of shared cloud infrastructure. So Amazon launched a bunch of services to bolster that hybrid cloud story — Virtual Private Cloud, AWS Directory services, among others.
But smaller companies really hope to ride the [company]Amazon[/company] wave by plugging gaps in that hybrid story, and nearly all of them are in Las Vegas this week at AWS Re:Invent, press kits in tow.
Datapipe, for example, will talk up how it helped customer Findly deploy a hybrid cloud across several data centers. That means Findly can keep key data in environments it controls while also taking advantage of AWS services, managed by Datapipe. The new Datapipe Access Control Model for AWS vows…
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