Executive checklist: Hybrid cloud infrastructure for payments
The expanding global economy and the resulting growth of digital commerce has produced record payment volumes in most markets. Payment infrastructure that was once a differentiator is now dated, making it difficult for many organisations to compete. In addition, organisations face pressure to reduce operational costs while adhering to compliance regulations.
Because of its flexibility, scale, and interoperability, a hybrid cloud infrastructure supports the technologies and partners that best meet your needs. With the capability to automatically adjust capacity to respond to changes in payment volume and identify system issues and automatically take corrective actions, organisations can meet the availability needed for critical services.
This checklist offers questions to consider as you evaluate a hybrid cloud implementation.