What is Hybrid Cloud?

Hybrid cloud is a solution that combines a private cloud with one or more public cloud services, with proprietary software enabling communication between each distinct service. Hybrid cloud services are powerful because they give businesses greater control over their private data.

with proprietary software enabling communication between each distinct service. A hybrid cloud strategy provides businesses with greater flexibility by moving workloads between cloud solutions as needs and costs fluctuate.

Things You Need to Know About Hybrid Cloud

  • The Time is Now
  • Right Resource for the Right Workload
  • Different Levels of Hybrid Solutions
  • ROI and Agility
  • Start Small
  • Test and Run
  • Evaluate your Network
  • It is a Culture Shift

Why a hybrid cloud might be better for your business

  • Greater architectural flexibility.
  • More technical control.
  • Better security.
  • Compliance options.
  • Peace of mind.
  • Utility billing.
  • Technical predictability.
  • Operating system choice.

What is hybrid cloud example?

hybrid cloud is an infrastructure that includes links between one cloud managed by the user (typically called “private cloud”) and at least one cloud managed by a third party (typically called “public cloud”). For example, some hybrid clouds offer only a connection between the on premise and public clouds.


  • Mix and match

    As full stack specialists, we’re experienced and able at integrating any and all computing platforms, creating solutions with exactly the qualities you require.

  • Secure and compliant

    Every inch of our infrastructure meets stringent ISO 20000, 270001 and 9001 requirements as well as being PCI DSS compliant – meaning you can trust us with your data.

  • Scalable and reliable

    We have the capacity to meet even the most rapidly growing of needs for every type of resource, while reliability is built into our systems from outset.

  • Personal support

    Our approach to support is what sets us apart. Our team of experts know your Hybrid Cloud infrastructure inside out and are committed to taking responsibility for all issues.

  • Virtual private networking

    Our flexible fibre network and optional MPLS circuits provides secure, high-bandwidth, low-latency connectivity between all your cloud components, both on and off-premise.

  • High availability

    With our resilient, geo-diverse infrastructure and a range of advanced high availability technologies at your disposal, downtime need never be an issue.


  • Scalability

    The public cloud’s pay-as-you-go scalability is ideal for heavy or unpredictable traffic — and can reduce IT costs.

  • Security

    When you need enhanced security and ultimate control for business-critical apps and data, incorporate a private cloud.

  • Performance

    With single-tenant dedicated servers, you get ultra-fast performance, security and reliability, on bare metal machines.


  • Get the flexibility and cost savings which are associated with deploying a Public Cloud.
  • Boost the security and reliability of your company with the Private Cloud.
  • Ideal for growth of companies with ever-changing technology and security needs.
  • SSD and bare metal hardware for high I/O and storage requirements.
  • Maintain the integrity and security standards for all your confidential and compliancy data requirements.(SARBOX, HIPAA, PCI, FISMA, GLB)
  • Perpetual Support and Active Monitoring 24.7.365.
  • Direct Access to our team of experts.
  • Automatic Scale-In and Scale-Out.
  • 100% Data Center Uptime SLA.


  • Hybrid Strategy

    Development of the end-to-end strategy of Hybrid from Workload planning to governance.

  • Hybrid Management and Adoption

    Complete Hybrid implementation covering infrastructure and Seamless Management of multiple cloud infrastructure.

  • Hybrid Security and Optimization

    Delivery of continuous Hybrid Cloud Optimization supported by continuous operational health monitoring.

  • Hybrid Cloud Governance

    Solutions for Developing enterprise-extensive Hybrid Cloud governance strategy, Hybrid Cloud Maturity assessments, and Vulnerability Management Services.

  • Hybrid Cloud Architecture Patterns and Network Topology

    Solutions with the enterprise’s unique portfolio of application workloads in mind with tailored patterns and topologies for clients give them greater agility and lower Capex.

Pricing plans

Flexible pricing and plans available. For more details contact Sales.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a hybrid cloud?

Hybrid cloud is an IT architecture that incorporates some degree of workload portability, orchestration, and management across 2 or more environments. Depending on whom you ask, those environments may need to include:

– At least 1 private cloud and at least 1 public cloud

– 2 or more private clouds

– 2 or more public clouds

– A bare-metal or virtual environment connected to at least 1 cloud—public or private

Are hybrid clouds secure?

A properly designed, integrated, and managed hybrid cloud can be as secure as traditional on-premise IT infrastructure. While there are some unique hybrid cloud security challenges (like data migration, increased complexity, and a larger attack surface), the presence of multiple environments can be one of the strongest defenses against security risks. All those interconnected environments let enterprises choose where to place sensitive data based on requirements, and it lets security teams standardize redundant cloud storage that can augment disaster recovery efforts.

Who uses hybrid cloud?

One of the leading video game manufacturers in the world, SEGA, is using hybrid cloud to provide scalable and agile development and test environments for developers that they employ around the world. In doing so, they reached new levels of development performance.

How do hybrid clouds work?

The way public clouds and private clouds work as part of a hybrid cloud is no different than how standalone public clouds or private clouds work:

* A local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), virtual private network (VPN), and/or application programming interfaces (APIs) connect multiple computers together.

* Virtualization, containers, or software-defined storage abstract resources, which can be pooled into data lakes.

* Management software allocates those resources into environments where applications can run, which are then provisioned on-demand with help from an authentication service.