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QTS’ David McOmber: Hybrid Infrastructure to Support Gov’t Need for Cloud, Accommodate Legacy Apps

David McOmber

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 25, 2017 — David McOmber, executive vice president for public sector and federal sales at QTS Realty Trust, has said hybrid cloud platforms work to help government agencies utilize cloud capabilities while still supporting legacy systems that are not compatible with the cloud, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

“There are certain things that are going to be purpose-built and perfect for the cloud, but there are some things that will remain [on-premise],” he said in a Federal News Radio panel discussion posted Thursday.

McOmber noted that some legacy systems are interdependent and thus remain hosted at data centers, which also work to provide scalability and security to support government classified information.

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