Hybrid Clouds:: Now we are inundated with talk of hybrid clouds which combine private and public clouds into one unified system. Hybrid cloud infrastructure is complex. Private clouds are based on virtualization, and to properly monitor you need tools that support virtual technologies such as VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Xen and KVM HYBRID CLOUD was born. If you need more capacity than your private cloud can muster, you can have a public cloud service that you ‘burst’ over to. If you want to distribute your application between your private cloud and a third-party public cloud service.
These benefits are why hybrid clouds are so popular. There are plenty of challenges to a successful hybrid cloud implementation, and each can be overcome to make way for hybrid-cloud. A hybrid cloud generally starts with the creation of a private cloud. Servers are typically fully virtualized and orchestration tools make it all work as a single unit. The next step is to find a public cloud vendor that has options that fit your private cloud. There is a need for 360O visibility into the performance across public, private and hybrid infrastructure. With hybrid, IT has to deal with a bevy of variable factors, including your network, internal servers, virtual machines, and applications, that need to be monitored to keep track of all your cloud services.