As the name suggests,


this deployment model combines all the beneficial features from previously mentioned clouds - public, private, and community. Hybrid cloud enables users to mix and match the facets of all three types to best suit their performance and development requirements.

You can, for instance, locate crucial workloads on a high-security private cloud and deploy less sensitive matters to a public cloud. Not only will this give control over strategic assets but it will also reduce expenses of each specific case. Moreover, the hybrid cloud ensures data and application portability so the whole operation can run more efficiently.

Pros of Hybrid Cloud


Maintained high security, reliability, and privacy

Improved flexibility and scalability

Higher control of expenses

Cons of Hybrid Cloud


A lot depends on the ability of companies to split their data into sensitive and non-sensitive