The Cloud and Telecoms glossary

To simplify Cloud and Telecoms, we also need to be able to explain them clearly and concisely. Find the definition of the most common terms used in our business.

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Hybrid Cloud

A Hybrid Cloud is an alternative to Public and Private Clouds. The idea is to take advantage of the benefits of the two clouds to create an optimal solution. For example, the scalability of the Public Cloud (for all non-sensitive operations) and the high security of the Private Cloud (for critical applications and sensitive data.)
As a result, a company can save money by moving as much non-strategic data as possible to the public cloud and keeping only sensitive data in the private cloud. This combination offers great flexibility and lower costs.

To set up a Hybrid Cloud, there are several solutions:
=> Set up by cloud providers who combine their services to offer the solution as an integrated service.
=> Individual vendors or organizations that own a Private Cloud and wish to integrate a Public Cloud into their infrastructure.

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