In the IT space today, customers often intermix Multi-Cloud and hybrid-cloud terms without necessarily understanding the distinction between them.

Understanding Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments

A hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment that combines public and private (typically on-premise) clouds, allowing organizations to utilize the benefits of both. In a hybrid cloud, an organization can store and process critical data and applications in its private cloud, while using the public cloud for non-sensitive data, such as testing and development.

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