Hybrid Cloud

Like hybrid cars that run on a combination of petrol (or diesel) engine and an electric motor, a hybrid cloud is simply one that runs on a combination of public and private cloud environments.

Hybrid approaches are increasingly widespread as it is rare in the present day to find a business that solely relies on just a single cloud solution. The unification of public cloud, private cloud and on-premises infrastructure holistically creates a more flexible and cost-effective IT infrastructure.

The Importance of Hybrid

  • With the advancement of technology and the growing need for personal data protection, cloud environments have grown progressively complex with different business usage and privacy requirements.

    For starters, it is a necessity for any business that involves commercial transactions like financing, banking, insurance, and investments to comply with the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) in Malaysia. The organization must not transfer personal data to anywhere outside of Malaysia, which means on-premise storage or private cloud are the only viable options.

    On the other hand, with a need for storage and computing elasticity, public cloud comes into play with its vast and flexible capabilities.

Benefits of Traversing with Hybrid Cloud




Optimal Balance in Scalability and Control


Improved Security and Risk Management


Easy to Manage due to Locality and Low-latency


Data Compliance with PDPA