How to build a hybrid environment for your organization and how to adopt the multi cloud strategy with a successful result.
Cloud or Cloud-like computing has been around for a while but in the last few years, its adoption has been growing at a break-neck pace.
The market is divided into two main segments based on their primary focus, the private cloud and the public cloud.
A private cloud consists of resources such as storage, network, servers, and software which are kept separate from the main network but accessible to the private cloud management system.
Public cloud is a virtualized platform in which resources can be provisioned on demand and is accessible to multiple users. This is similar to the way a computer is accessed over a network and is shared.
Hybrid cloud combines both private and public cloud capabilities by delivering on demand resources in a shared environment. This is typically a combination of software and infrastructure that is provisioned over a network.