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Hybrid cloud is a computing environment that uses a combination of on-premise, private cloud, and public cloud services to house an organization’s data and applications.
The primary business benefit of a hybrid cloud is the business agility it provides, enabling an enterprise to adapt and change directions quickly by moving data and applications among on-premise, private and public cloud as required. It also enables seamless, secure orchestration and integration of workloads across multiple cloud landing zones.