Hybrid cloud

Transform business smarter with hybrid cloud

A hybrid cloud is a computing environment that combines an on-premises datacenter with a public cloud, allowing data and applications to be shared between them. Some people define hybrid cloud to include “multicloud” configurations where an organization uses more than one public cloud in addition to their on-premises datacenter. Gcloud helps you smoothly evolve to a hybrid cloud. Hybrid cloud ensures your business continuity with capabilities, such as application elastic scaling, disaster recovery, data backup, and hot upgrade

Hybrid cloud architecture

Hybrid Cloud
Why Hybrid cloud?

Apps that can easily move to the cloud already have. Meanwhile, two out of every three apps remain on-premises due to issues such as data gravity, sovereignty, compliance, cost and interdependencies with other systems. This leaves enterprises caught in the middle of old and new, struggling to reach their transformation goals within a complex dual IT operating environment.

How Hybrid Cloud works

For industries that work with highly sensitive data, such as banking, finance, government and healthcare, hybrid may be their best cloud option. For example, some regulated industries require certain types of data to be stored on-premises while allowing less sensitive data to be stored on the cloud. In this kind of hybrid cloud architecture, organizations gain the flexibility of the public cloud for less regulated computing tasks, while still meeting their industry requirements.



A primary obstacle posed by a private network is the expense involved in establishing, maintaining, and expanding your infrastructure.Gsoft Hybrid Cloud gives you supreme elasticity You can easily scale up/down and out/in as needed.

Reliable & stable

Gsoft Hybrid Cloud guarantees enterprise-level reliability and stability. In addition, we provide you with cross-geography disaster recovery and hot upgrade capabilities to take this to the next level.


If you make use of a hybrid cloud infrastructure, your organization can take advantage of the security that comes with a private cloud, as well as the power and options that typically come with public clouds. The data that gets stored within a private cloud environment will most likely still need to be sent to the public cloud, where it is processed and used by applications, analytics systems, and other processes.


Hybrid clouds often help lower long-term costs, freeing up some headroom in an organization’s budget. Because it is easier and less expensive to scale a hybrid cloud upward, the company saves money during the growth process. In addition, because scaling is more accessible, the organization can grow sooner and therefore generate more income sooner. With purely on-site storage, growth can be hindered, which results in higher opportunity costs due to the company missing out on potential income.


Greater Efficiency

With more granular control over resources, development and IT operations teams can optimize spend across public cloud services, private clouds, and cloud vendors.

Business acceleration

Faster integration and combination with partners or third parties to deliver new products and services which means shorter product development cycles; accelerated innovation and time-to-market; faster response to customer feedback; faster delivery of applications closer to the client

Improved security and risk management

Hybrid cloud computing gives businesses crucial control over their data and improved security by reducing the potential exposure of data. Enterprises can choose where to house their data and workloads based on compliance, policy, or security requirements.

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Enhancing legacy apps.

Although many applications are still on-premises, some businesses use public cloud services to deploy them globally to new devices and upgrade the user experience. For example, cloud application programming interfaces (APIs) are now enhancing interoperability between clouds, leading to a boom in cloud application development.

SaaS integration

Hybrid cloud integration enables organizations to connect Software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications hosted on the public cloud to their existing applications on public cloud, private cloud, and traditional IT. This in turn allows the team to innovate more readily and deliver new solutions.

VM migration.

As organizations seek to scale and reduce the footprint of their on-premises data centers, they move toward virtual machines (VM) and virtualized workloads on the public cloud.

Frequently Asked Questions
The application landscape is moving on from a monolithic architecture towards next-gen applications running on microservices. It’s all about fast delivery of applications and services to stay competitive in the market. This change will give businesses the agility and flexibility to quickly launch innovative new digital services.

A hybrid-cloud platform enables your in-house development team to create microservices that can be used to roll out nextgen applications and services, as well as combine applications with microservices from public cloud providers.
For many companies, the last five years have been all about testing containerized applications and running proofs of concept. But now, hybrid-cloud solutions are starting to become more main stream and are being adopted in enterprise data centers around the world. In fact, industry analysts have predicted that within the next year, a growing number of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production.
Hybrid cloud is playing an increasingly important role for companies looking to modernize their applications. This modernization involves taking existing, monolithic legacy applications and breaking them up or rewriting them to run on different independent microservices.

Each of these microservices can run in their own container environment, which is beneficial because containers are highly portable and have less dependency on the operating system and underlying hardware platform. This approach incurs less overhead than traditional bare-metal hardware or virtual hardware.

Eventually, you’ll get more out of your hardware investments and be able to move your microservices workload in and out of public cloud as you choose. Hybrid cloud will also help bring your operations team closer to your development team, enabling new services to be updated and implemented faster in a practice called DevOps.