Virtualization and cloud computing are two of the most popular and exciting new technologies to emerge in the last few years. Companies are using these approaches to help cut down on internal resources, help applications and software run more efficiently, and perhaps, most importantly, help save money. With this large migration toward cloud computing, many companies are trying to ind additional ways to expand their capacity without blowing out their budgets, and that’s where hybrid cloud computing comes into play.
Hybrid cloud computing gives companies control over multiple cloud instances with the power to move data and applications back and forth almost instantaneously.
But a lot more goes into hybrid cloud computing than simply setting up two clouds and going to work. We’ll give you a better understanding of how it works, point out
some of the key features and beneits, and help you decide whether or not hybrid cloud computing is a it for your company.