The hybrid cloud model combines public and private cloud services. The term hybrid cloud is used for a number of different models; we are using a definition of hybrid cloud that includes both Private and Public Cloud services with a likelihood that non-cloud enterprise systems may be used as well. When securing a hybrid cloud system, you should consider all of the factors for both the public and private cloud.

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Hybrid cloud computing security: Real life tales

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