A hybrid cloud enables the ability to seamlessly move workloads between on-premises infrastructure and cloud resources. This creates a cost-effective, non-disruptive way to deliver IT services or handle rapid growth compared to traditional hardware-bound models.
Security and Compliance
The public cloud element of a hybrid cloud provides economies of scale, allowing organizations to benefit from cost reductions. The private cloud element offers security for sensitive information while still satisfying regulatory requirements for data transmission and storage.
With a hybrid cloud, organizations can leverage the best of what on-premises and cloud can offer. This creates a more flexible IT environment, rather than being confined by a prepackaged solution or model.
Rather than a rip-and-replace of legacy technology, a hybrid cloud allows organizations to bridge the gap between old and new systems bringing significant CAPEX and OPEX savings to the business.