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    A hybrid cloud may be a cloud computing setting during which a corporation provides and manages some resources in-house and has others provided outwardly.

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    Yes, Hybrid cloud computing is an environment which uses a mix of premises, private cloud and public cloud services with an arrangement between the two platforms. It is efficient and offer security.
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    What cloud computing is not about is your hard drive.

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    Hybrid cloud is a combination of public and private cloud. There are numerous benefits of hybrid cloud hosting are:

    - Cost efficiency
    - Improved Security
    - Scalability
    - Improved Performance
    - Flexible business operations

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    Hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment which uses a mix of on-premises, private cloud and public cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms. By allowing workloads to move between private and public clouds as computing needs and costs change, hybrid cloud gives businesses greater flexibility and more data deployment options.

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    I can think of four areas:

    • Capacity expansion

    When the incremental cost of adding capacity on-premises is high—think upgrading power and cooling in a data center to accommodate additional racks or building a whole new data center—a hybrid approach is a viable alternative. But going hybrid doesn’t have to impact existing operations; selecting a hosted cloud that supports bare metal and extending the on-premises network (like SoftLayer!) could allow existing technologies, tools and techniques to be reused.

    • Dev/test

    Dev/test workloads are highly elastic; they are regularly stood up and torn down, and the number of instances at any one time varies widely based on the development phase. Placing these workloads on the hosted cloud allows you to scale capacity to match demand and pay only for what is used. Another benefit is the ability to tailor the infrastructure to the workload; the next dev/test workload to come along could have radically different hardware requirements.

    • Planned temporary need

    In contrast to bursting, most needs are known in advance: new product launches, holidays, peak season and so forth. And, when given time to plan and execute, most applications can be scaled. Much like dev/test, scaling the workload to the hosted cloud enables tailoring the hardware to the problem being solved and paying for what you need when you use it, turning a large capital expense into a smaller operational expense.

    • Network optimization

    Hosted cloud provides the opportunity shift the heavy lifting of the network off-premises and, in the process, improve the availability, scalability and reliability of the connection by leveraging the provider’s network investment. Connecting branch offices back to the hosted provider instead of a central data center can improve latency by reducing network hops and simplify bandwidth scaling. Pushing the public Internet presence out to the hosted cloud and leveraging their firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), load balancers, application delivery controllers, VPN terminators and so on can improve security and optimize the bandwidth into the data center.

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    Key Benefits of a Hybrid Cloud

    The mix-and-match nature of hybrid IT solutions allow organizations to define and implement the right mix of technologies for them. Specifically deploying what they need and where they need it, is the primary benefit for this cloud model.

    The control, familiarity and security that come with on-premise IT solutions is balanced with the flexibility, scalability and economies of scale that come with managed hosting, public cloud services. Instead of having to adopt a one-size-fits-all approach, IT requirements can be delivered to exact specification and preference, by considering business size, structure, location and budget.

    One of the key benefits of a hybrid cloud is provisioning at a lower cost and high speed (as and when required functionality of the public cloud component)

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    Hybrid cloud is combination of public cloud and private cloud/Inhouse data center. For example we can keep the webservers(public facing ) in public cloud(ex AWS CRM., Salesforce CRM, Microsoft Azure) and DB servers in our private data center for security reasons.This is called as Hybrid computing

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    The idea behind hybrid cloud is that businesses can use it to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness offered by the public cloud computing environment without exposing mission-critical applications and data to the vulnerabilities associated with the public cloud option. In addition, the hybrid cloud model ...

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