A Hybrid Cloud is a cloud model that uses both private environments and public clouds computing, storage, and services. Using this combination of public clouds, on-premises computing, and private clouds, companies can have greater flexibility and more data deployment options. The best: users will always see it as a single environment to operate.
In the other hand, just by curiosity, a multi-cloud environment, which may you assume like the Hybrid Cloud, consists of two or more public cloud providers, but does not require a private or on-premises component. We may talk about multi-cloud environment in a future article… stay tuned!