Hybrid Cloud

A hybrid cloud utilises a private cloud foundation, combined with the strategic use of public cloud services. For example, your organisation may want to store sensitive client data in house on a private cloud application – but interconnect that application to a business intelligence application, provided on a public cloud, as a software service.

Utilising on-premise resources and an off-site server-based cloud infrastructure, a hybrid cloud model enables you to extend the capacity and capability of your cloud service quickly – and with minimal capital expenditure.