Need of Hybrid Cloud
A hybrid cloud combines a public cloud and a private cloud by allowing data and applications to be shared between them. As the computing and processing demand varies, hybrid cloud computing gives your business the ability to seamlessly scale your on-premises infrastructure up to the public cloud to handle any overflow, without giving third-party data centers access to the entirety of your data. You can use the public cloud for basic and non-sensitive computing tasks, while keeping business-critical applications and data on-premises, safely behind a firewall.
Hybrid cloud’s centralized management also makes it easier to implement strong technical security measures such as encryption, automation, access control, orchestration, and endpoint security so you can manage risk effectively.
Critical data, assets, and operations can continue to reside in the private cloud; while you can now leverage the expansive power of public cloud computing to quickly and efficiently increase your operational capacity.
A hybrid cloud option gives your organization the flexibility to support your remote and distributed employees with on-demand access to data and applications
To accommodate the spike in demand, you would generally have to make huge capital expenditures to expand your infrastructure.
By offloading non-critical operations to the public cloud and configuring the network to handle only critical traffic, the private portion of a hybrid cloud can be designed to help users work faster and be more productive
Hybrid cloud computing gives your company crucial control over your data and improved security by reducing the potential exposure of data.