Hybrid Cloud

A hybrid cloud is a network composed of private, public, and community cloud services, potentially from different providers.

While each entity is distinct, they are bound together and extend the capacity or capability of service through aggregation, enrichment, process management, and integration.

It should be noted that architecturally, while there are few differences between public-cloud, community-cloud, and private-cloud services, micro-segmentation and security concerns naturally increase when multiple organizations share applications, storage, and other resources.

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