The value of the global cloud market was at $52 billion in the year 2020 and is expected to reach approximately $145 billion in 2026, says Statista. If this enormous evaluation has piqued your interest, then let’s dive deep into the discussion of hybrid cloud management.
What is Hybrid Cloud?
To understand more about hybrid cloud architecture, let’s start with the basics.
Hybrid Cloud is an architectural style connecting public and private clouds, enabling orchestration, management, and application portability between them for creating a flexible optimal cloud environment for running enterprises’ compute workloads.
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Rapid increase in Hybrid Cloud Computing!
Hybrid cloud strategies are on the rise! A 2019 report by Flexera found that enterprises with a hybrid strategy (combining public and private clouds) grew to 58% in 2019 from 51% in 2018.
Read more about hybrid cloud infrastructure and the benefits of switching to hybrid cloud computing, here in this blog.
What is a Hybrid Cloud?
Before we know in detail about the basic benefits of Hybrid Cloud computing, it’s important to know hybrid cloud architecture.
A hybrid cloud environment comprises a workload portability, orchestration, and management across two or more computing environments which is typically a mixture of a private (on-premise) cloud and a public (off-premise) cloud.
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