Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid Cloud Services

Power Your Business with our hybrid cloud solutions

Hybrid cloud refers to a mixed computing, storage, and services environment made up of on-premises infrastructure, private cloud services, and a public cloud.

A hybrid cloud model allows enterprises to deploy workloads in private IT environments or public clouds and move between them as computing needs and costs change.

This gives a business greater flexibility and more data deployment options. A hybrid cloud workload includes the network, hosting and web service features of an application.

Hybrid cloud infrastructures are enabled by techRIDGE, which uses a software-defined approach to provide a common set of data services across any combination of IT resources.

Hybrid cloud computing enables an enterprise to deploy its most sensitive workloads in an on-premises cloud and to host less-critical resources on a third-party public cloud provider or vice versa. This approach allows organizations to get the best of both private and public cloud models.

Although cloud services can drive cost savings, their main value lies in supporting a fast-moving digital business transformation.

Your enterprise might want (or need) to combine public clouds, private clouds, and on-premises resources to gain the agility it needs for a competitive advantage.

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Is hybrid cloud right for you?

Hybrid clouds offer the benefits of both public and private clouds and take advantage of existing architecture in a data center.

You can connect existing systems running on traditional architectures that run business-critical applications or contain sensitive data that might not be suited for the public cloud.