Hybrid Cloud Strategies: Bridging On-Premises and Public Cloud Environments


  • Vamsy Krishna Nanduri, Sanjay Mullapudi Arizona State University- Robotics and Autonomous Systems, USA


Data Privacy, Compliance, Cloud Era, Cloud Computing, Data Security, Cloud Service Models, Data Privacy Regulations.


Hybrid cloud strategies have emerged as a pivotal solution for organizations seeking to harness the power of both on-premises infrastructure and public cloud environments. This paper explores the hybrid cloud concept and delves into the strategies that facilitate a seamless integration of on-premises and public cloud resources. In today's dynamic business landscape, enterprises face diverse challenges, ranging from cost optimization to scalability, security, and regulatory compliance. Hybrid cloud architectures offer a compelling way to address these challenges by combining the flexibility and scalability of public cloud services with the control and stability of on-premises infrastructure. This paper begins by defining what a hybrid cloud is and outlines its key components. It then presents a comprehensive analysis of organizations' various hybrid cloud strategies. By providing a comprehensive overview of hybrid cloud strategies, this paper aims to assist organizations in making informed decisions about their IT infrastructure and cloud adoption, ensuring they can effectively bridge the gap between on-premises and public cloud environments. This knowledge will empower enterprises to leverage the full potential of hybrid cloud solutions, fostering innovation, flexibility, and competitiveness in today's digital era.


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Vamsy Krishna Nanduri, Sanjay Mullapudi. (2023). Hybrid Cloud Strategies: Bridging On-Premises and Public Cloud Environments. Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal, 12(2), 251–254. Retrieved from https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/464