Cloud migration is on the rise as businesses aim to streamline their digital transformations and capture and analyze large volumes of data. One strategy gaining popularity is cloud bursting, which involves an app bursting from a business’s private cloud to a public cloud once demand for computing capacity reaches a predetermined threshold. Cloud bursting can help businesses manage spikes in demand, minimize cloud infrastructure costs, and ensure round-the-clock availability for customers. However, it may not be suitable for all use cases, especially for applications handling highly sensitive data.
Additionally, cloud bursting requires thorough testing, compatibility between private and public cloud architectures, and careful planning and budgeting. Despite its limitations, cloud bursting can be a useful tactic for businesses that have predictable spikes in demand and don’t require high latency, keeping costs low and customers happy.