Building cloud network architectures and hybrid cloud systems can be a challenge for any enterprise. However, employing useful metrics can help to clear up uncertainty. Today's hybrid cloud systems are powered by data that ranges from customer satisfaction to the technical details of the system.
Customer satisfaction is key. If users are unhappy with a cloud network architecture or hybrid cloud systems and what you can deliver -- whether that's SaaS, virtualization or other features -- then a user's reaction can damage your offering. Collecting data about your customer's experiences is key and offers a starting point to understanding how best to improve your cloud network.
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How to migrate and optimize for the age of hybrid cloud
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