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A hybrid cloud, sometimes known as a cloud hybrid, is a computing system that combines an on-premises datacenter (also known as a private cloud) with a public cloud to share data and applications.

Combining a public and private cloud environment, such as an on-premises data centre, with a public cloud computing environment, such as Google Cloud, is the most typical hybrid cloud example.

A hybrid cloud is an IT infrastructure that connects at least one public cloud and at least one private cloud, providing orchestration, management, and application portability between them in order to create a single, flexible, and optimal cloud environment for running a company's computing workloads.

The Azure cloud has a lot of hybrid cloud management features that you may use in your on-premise data centre. These include migration tools, networking tools, single sign on (SSO) and identity management, and even on-premises hybrid storage devices.

It's similar to Dropbox, SugarSync, and Trend Micro's SafeSync, but it's also built into what was once known as Google Docs, making Google Drive a mix of a cloud storage service and a cloud computing platform.

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