A hybrid cloud combines on-site infrastructure (private cloud) with a public cloud. The combination of a public and a private cloud allows data and apps to move from one environment to another. A hybrid cloud is a common choice for many organizations. It has proved beneficial for meeting regulatory and data sovereignty requirements, addressing low latency issues, and taking advantage of on-site technology investment. Some of the most significant advantages of the hybrid cloud are more control, more flexibility, and it is considered very cost-effective compared to other cloud-based solutions.
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