Hybrid Cloud

The hybrid cloud is a programming environment that combines a private cloud, one or more public cloud services, and proprietary software that enables communication between each service.

These services give companies more control over their private data. An organization can store sensitive data on a private cloud or within a local data center and simultaneously leverage the robust computing resources of a managed public cloud.

A hybrid cloud relies on a single management console, unlike a multi-cloud strategy where administrators must manage each cloud environment separately.

Hybrid Cloud and Cloud Types