Using Hybrid Clouds: Adding Data Center Capacity - Part 1

By: Lee Atchison Apr 21, 2016

The term “hybrid cloud” has found its way into common usage among IT operations folk, but not everyone agrees on exactly what it means. Basically, a hybrid cloud refers to any situation in which you have an application running partially in your company’s data center, and partially in one or more public clouds, such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform.

This is part 1 in a series on how companies use the hybrid cloud to solve real-world problems. It is published on the New Relic website and is available here:




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