What is Hybrid Cloud Computing?

Hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment which uses a mix of on-premises, private cloud, and third-party, public cloud services with connectivity and orchestration between the two platforms. On-demand cloud compute provides the flexibility of scalable, elastic compute resources while high-bandwidth, private connectivity to customer-owned storage maintains the security, control and privacy of data that many organizations require.

The combination of Pure Storage and Microsoft Azure® or Amazon Web Services™ (AWS) provides a hybrid cloud solution for workloads requiring high-performance storage and cloud burst compute while meeting strict data security, governance and compliance requirements.

 


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