"Hybrid Cloud" is a cloud computing environment that includes on-premises, private cloud and third-party, public cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms.
Hybrid cloud computing enables an enterprise to deploy an on-premises private cloud to host sensitive or critical workloads and use a third-party public cloud provider to host less-critical resources, such as test and development workloads.
Why the hybrid cloud is ideal for enterprises?
Maintain easily-accessible private infrastructure as well as have a plan for Disaster Recovery
One of the major benefits that hybrid cloud offers to an enterprise is Disaster recovery, which otherwise is an expensive and resource-heavy task that includes backing up site/ Applications owned or rented by the organisation. A hybrid cloud model can make a big difference in terms of cost-savings and flexibility.
Streamline day-to-day functionality-
Businesses are concerned about how they can fulfill the demands of the customers in the least possible time. Cloud adoption streamlines day to day functionality of the enterprise so they can be more agile, and could innovate at a much faster rate.
Manage Big Data Analytics-
For Big Data organizations, Opting for migration to a hybrid cloud model provides an ideal solution that enables them to serve better to their customers, employees through most up-to-date and relevant data. For example, employing a hybrid cloud for big data analytics can help eCommerce, news, and social media platforms tailor messages and promotions custom to their unique behaviors.
Improve Customer Experience-
Enabling faster time to market by reducing the processing time, allows enterprises to quickly respond to customer needs and requests while rapidly developing new products and services.