What is a Hybrid Cloud?

Hybrid cloud is a computing structure that includes at least one private and one public cloud environment or a combination of a virtual environment connected to a cloud, whether public or private. Hybrid clouds connect multiple computers in a network environment to enable the process of moving files and data between them. Typically they are scalable and also feature a single management system.

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