Learn more about hybrid cloud approaches

Learn more about hybrid cloud approaches

By dayannastefanny

What is a hybrid cloud?

A hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment that uses a combination of online, private, and third-party services in public clouds, organized on those platforms. This often involves connecting your on-premises data center to the public cloud. The connection may include other hidden components, including nearby devices or other clouds.

How do hybrid cloud services work?

Hybrid clouds combine public and private clouds, allowing data to move seamlessly between environments. Such interconnectivity is made possible first through data visualization, then through connectivity tools and protocols such as application programming interfaces (APIs), virtual private networks (VPNs), and/or wide area networks (WANs).

Each of the environments that comprise the hybrid cloud architecture has its benefits and uses. By combining them in a single hybrid cloud, or a multi-cloud environment, if you must deal with large accumulations of data in particular, your organization gains greater control over the security, accessibility, privacy, authenticity, and protection of your IT infrastructure as well as your customers’ data, applications, and systems. With this enhanced control over MSP and customer data and the other benefits of the hybrid cloud described above, the infrastructure is growing. In fact, according to Gartner, 90 organizations will switch to hybrid cloud infrastructure next year, resulting in significant growth in the size of the hybrid cloud market.

However, for MSP organizations just starting in the world of cloud computing or looking to expand their cloud offerings, it can be difficult to know which cloud best suits their needs and the needs of their customers.


  1. Apache iceberg

First, it’s a high-performance model for large analytics tables, where Cloudera played a major role in developing the industry-standard Apache Iceberg. However, Iceberg allows you to create an open data lake architecture to provide rich analytics on large data sets, streaming, and data warehousing. And it does so in the cloud as security that runs locally and for multiple years.

2. Apache forester

It is a software platform that provides, monitors, and manages end-to-end data protection in CDP (Cloudera Data Platform). It is a tool for creating and managing data and access services within the CDP stack. In addition, security administrators can define security policies at the database, table, column, and file levels and manage permissions for specific groups or individuals.

3. Apache Atlas

This is a metadata governance and management system used to help find, organize, and manage data assets. Rather, it functions as the traffic cop within a data architecture. So, by creating metadata representations of objects and operations within the data lake, Atlas allows you to understand why models deliver specific results, tracing back to the origin of the source data.

4. Apache Ozone

Separating compute and data resources in the cloud provides many advantages for a CDP implementation. As such, it provides more options for utilizing the computer and saving resources. It also allows you to shut down groups of servers to avoid unnecessary overloads while leaving data available for other applications to use. In addition, workloads can be divided into specific groups of computers for different tasks.

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