Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid clouds are cloud services that incorporate a private cloud infrastructure while being hosted by a public cloud service provider.

With hybrids clouds, you can have privately-owned hardware and software resources while also having the ability to quickly scale due to the public cloud service provider.

With a hybrid cloud, your organization can have more personal control of your cloud configuration and environments, which may save costs. Hybrid clouds can also provide redundancy, which can reduce downtime.

For example, you can handle dynamic workloads by directing less volatile workloads to your on-premise datacenter and more volatile workloads to the public cloud. This provides more flexibility and improves efficiency when handling dynamic workloads.