What is Hybrid Cloud Server?

Definition of Hybrid Cloud Server

Hybrid Cloud Server is a type of cloud server that is deployed and hosted within a hybrid cloud environment. It is similar to a cloud server that provides server end computing tasks and services within a hybrid cloud structure. It can be cloud hosted server or can be entirely a dedicated server.

Brief Description of Hybrid Cloud Server

Being deployed within a hybrid cloud, a hybrid cloud server can be deployed differently. It can be hosted on premises or on a public or private cloud. However in most scenarios, this server is deployed in a colocated dedicated server environment and it’s connected or deployed with public/ private cloud application, service or environment.

The server is usually managed by a hybrid cloud manager / software. It can be used for any server end process / task / operation such as deploying application, storage or backup. It is usually installed with a cloud / virtualization enabled server operating system such as Microsoft Hyper V.

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