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Hybrid cloud means different things to different vendors; some set aside part of the public cloud for private cloud purposes and others simply support an on-premises private cloud.
A hybrid cloud is normally defined as an integration between an on-premises private cloud and at least one third-party public cloud. It can be awkward to refer to hybrid cloud providers because it implies that those providers offer both on-premises and third-party clouds.
The typical meaning of hybrid cloud providers is providers with the potential to deliver a hybrid cloud where the private cloud portion of the hybrid environment is hosted rather than it being deployed on premises. This is the domain of major public cloud providers, such as AWS.
It therefore leaves the million dollar question?
What type of hybrid cloud makes the most sense for your business, and why?