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Hybrid cloud infrastructure is a combination of at least two cloud infrastructures, such as private, public or community, that remain individual but are connected by standardized technologies that allow data portability.
On its most basic level, this means that hybrid cloud computing is managing a private cloud and public cloud as one, or holding the management tools in different environments. These are distinctive and independent elements, allowing organizations to store privileged or protected data on a private cloud while still maintaining the capability to leverage the computing resources from the public cloud. This helps minimize exposure because the sensitive data isn’t stored on the public cloud.
There are multiple kinds of hybrid cloud.
With two or more cloud environments, the management platform has to span those environments. Managing the environments independently can lead to duplicate work or security risks.
Many industries are moving toward hybrid cloud solutions. These tend to be the businesses that are already inclined to cloud-native, such as finance and media.
Hybrid cloud can be an effective solution for a business that requires high levels of security or unique physical demands. Choosing a hybrid cloud solution also offers cost benefits in the long term, since the IT departments can assert control over hardware selection and system design for the private components to tailor the resources to their needs.
The hybrid cloud also lets organizations leverage public cloud capabilities without risking their sensitive or privileged data to a third-party data center. This not only provides flexibility in computing tasks, but also keeps the vital data within the business’s own security protocols.