Hybrid Cloud is combination of Public cloud or Private Cloud.which works together to provide a flexible mix of cloud computing services.It’s a flexible model that allows you to leverage benefits from these two deployment models.The services on the public cloud can be accessed by anyone, and the ones running on the private cloud can be accessed solely by the organization’s users. Some examples of Hybrid clouds are : Google, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Advantages of Hybrid Cloud Computing.
Cost efficiency :
Hybrid computing solves all of these problems for a business. The cloud provider takes on all of the hassles associated with infrastructure, maintenance and utility management for the servers.
Back-up and restore data
Once the data is stored in a Cloud, it is easier to get the back-up and recovery of that, which is otherwise very time taking process on-premise.
The services are provided any time any where through the internet.
Pay as Per Use.
It allows you flexibility because you have to pay only for what you use as a service.
Data security is a major concern for businesses today. Cloud vendors provide advanced security features like authentication, access management, data encryption, etc., to ensure sensitive data in the cloud is securely handled and stored.
Disadvantages of Hybrid Cloud Computing .
Network connectivity dependency
This direct tie-up with the Internet means that a company needs to have reliable and consistent Internet service as well as a fast connection and bandwidth to reap the benefits of Cloud Computing.
The reliability of the services depends on cloud service providers.