No company is unhappy when its business is booming. But on the other hand, this business growth must be balanced by the support of adequate computing and network infrastructure, especially if the company relies on information technology (IT) in its daily operations. Business expansion means more burdens on existing compute and network infrastructure.
To compensate for this additional burden the company may want to purchase a new device. It will usually be easier to procure new equipment if the load growth can be estimated accurately. This extra need cannot always be predicted with accuracy.
Companies and organizations also need to ensure the support of their IT infrastructure is available at all times. In practice, this means backing up and backing up to existing computing infrastructure. This infrastructure backup ensures that business and organizational operations will not be interrupted, even if there is a disruption such as a power failure, natural disaster, or an outbreak of malware.
Cloud-managed networks can be a solution for companies and organizations that need extra capacity and backup for their existing information technology infrastructure.
Combination of Private and Public Cloud
In summary, we can define a hybrid cloud as a combination of a private cloud and a public cloud. Theoretically, there are various combination scenarios, but in practice, the private cloud usually functions as the primary infrastructure (primary), while the public cloud is a secondary or backup infrastructure that is used only when needed.