What is a Hybrid Cloud?
A hybrid cloud is a mixed implementation composed of public cloud and private cloud resources. Hybrid Cloud is more commonly used to describe a solution that lives partly within your on-prem infrastructure with connections to one or more cloud providers.
What’s the benefit of a Hybrid Cloud Approach?
A mixed implementation of both public and private cloud resources might be the best solution for certain businesses based on their specific needs; for example, a company might use a private cloud for workloads with extreme security requirements, then use a public cloud for workloads with less stringent demands.
Wasabi hot cloud storage is extremely affordable, fast and simple storage for any purpose—including a hybrid cloud approach. You can tightly integrate Wasabi with on-premises storage solutions to protect and extend previous investments, eliminate vendor lock-in and better align storage costs with data value. A Wasabi hybrid storage implementation can help you extend the life of your IT assets while taking advantage of cloud economics, agility and scalability.
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