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As the we point the Hybrid cloud collect together a set of environments to confront your specific requirements depends on what’s needed for your business and where it’s best placed to optimize performance.

Dynamic or frequently changing workloads.

Use an easily scalable public cloud for your dynamic workloads, while leaving less volatile, or more sensitive, workloads to a private cloud or on-premises data center.

Moving to the cloud incrementally, at your own pace.

Put some of your workloads on a public cloud or on a small-scale private cloud. See what works for your enterprise, and continue expanding your cloud presence as needed—on public clouds, private clouds, or a mixture of the two.

Separating critical workloads from less-sensitive workloads.

You might store sensitive financial or customer information on your private cloud, and use a public cloud to run the rest of your enterprise applications.

Flexibility for the future.

No matter how well you plan to meet today’s needs, unless you have a crystal ball, you won’t know how your needs might change next month or next year. A hybrid cloud approach lets you match your actual data management requirements to the public cloud, private cloud, or on-premises resources that are best able to handle them.

Big data processing.

It’s unlikely that you process big data continuously at a near-constant volume. Instead, you could run some of your big data analytics using highly scalable public cloud resources, while also using a private cloud to ensure data security and keep sensitive big data behind your firewall.

Best of both worlds.

Unless you have clear-cut needs fulfilled by only a public cloud solution or only a private cloud solution, why limit your options? Choose a hybrid cloud approach, and you can tap the advantages of both worlds simultaneously.