Hybrid Cloud is another cloud computing type, which is integrated, i.e., it can be a combination of two or more cloud servers, i.e., private, public, or community combined as one architecture, but remain individual entities. Non-critical tasks such as development and test workloads can be done using the public cloud. In contrast, critical tasks that are sensitive such as organization data handling, are done using a private cloud. Benefits of both deployment models, as well as a community deployment model, are possible in a hybrid cloud hosting. It can cross isolation and overcome boundaries by the provider; hence, it cannot be categorized into any of the three deployments - public, private, or community cloud.

Advantages of Hybrid Cloud Computing are:

  1. Flexible
  2. Secure
  3. Cost-Effective
  4. Rich Scalable

Disadvantages of Hybrid Cloud are:

  1. Complex networking problem
  2. Organization's security Compliance

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