IBM Spectrum® Virtualize for Public Cloud supports clients in their IT architectural transformation and migration toward the cloud service model. It facilitates hybrid cloud strategy and cloud-native strategy, and it provides the benefits of having advanced storage features, functions, and capabilities usually found only in on-premises data centers.
IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud enhances the capabilities of traditional cloud storage offerings.
IBM Storage Virtualize software, as part of an IBM Storage IBM FlashSystem® or IBM SAN Volume Controller product running on-premises, can virtualize over 500 different storage systems from IBM® and other vendors. This wide range of storage support means that the storage solution can be used with almost any storage in a data center today and can integrate with its counterpart IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud, which supports several public cloud environments, including Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure to help facilitate an advanced hybrid cloud environment.
This IBM Redpaper publication helps storage and networking administrators plan, install, implement, install, modify, and configure IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud. It also provides a detailed description of troubleshooting tips.
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Typical use cases for IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud
Chapter 3. Solution architecture
Chapter 4. Planning and preparing for IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud
Chapter 5. Implementing IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud on Amazon Web Services
Chapter 6. Implementing IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud on Microsoft Azure
Chapter 7. Implementing key features
Chapter 8. Monitoring and supporting the solution
Chapter 9. Troubleshooting the solution