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Hybrid Cloud

What is azure hybrid cloud?

A hybrid cloud – sometimes called a cloud hybrid – is a computing environment that combines an on-premises data centre (also called a private cloud) with a public cloud, allowing data and applications to be shared between them. Some people define hybrid cloud to include “multi-cloud” configurations where an organisation uses more than one public cloud in addition to their on-premises data centre.

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Innovation anywhere with Azure

Enable remote work, take advantage of cloud innovation and maximise your existing on-premises investments by relying on an effective hybrid and multicloud approach. Azure provides a holistic, seamless and more secure approach to innovate anywhere across your on-premises, multicloud and edge environments.

Hybrid Cloud with AWS

AWS hybrid cloud services deliver a consistent AWS experience wherever you need it – from the cloud, to on premises, and at the edge. Select from the broadest set of compute, networking, storage, security, identity, data integration, management, monitoring, and operations services to build hybrid architectures that meet your specific requirements and use cases.

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AWS hybrid

From startups to the largest enterprises and leading government agencies, the cloud is used for almost every kind of workload. This includes anything from running existing enterprise applications to deploying and managing new and innovative applications. But some workloads cannot easily migrate to the cloud. Perhaps they need to work with large local datasets, share data with on-premises applications with single-digit-millisecond latency, or meet data residency requirements. In these use cases, constantly passing data to and from the cloud is too slow, too resource intensive or not permitted..

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