Hybrid cloud is a combination of local resources from the public cloud (Azure, AWS, GCP, IBM, Oracle, OVH and many others) and local resources. Often such a combination uses local “Edge computing” for a specific purpose (including the use of specific public cloud functionality).
There are several advantages of using such a combination:
- flexibility and delivery time of applications in the PaaS or SaaS model
- use only the public cloud functionality that is needed (cost-effective)
- updating the solution in your environment
- use the functionality in 2 public clouds
All decisions should be tailored to your own needs and the results you want to achieve from a business perspective.