LMDTFY Series : MultiCloud Vs Hybrid Cloud

TL;DR

These two terms are very similar yet different. Lol ;D

  • MultiCloud : Refers to using multiple clouds from multiple public or private cloud providers for workloads or tasks spanning across said clouds but without any interconnectivity between the clouds.
  • Hybrid Cloud : Refers to the combination of public and private clouds with some degree of connectivity, integration, portability and unified management.

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Senior Principal Architect & Developer Evangelist @ Red Hat ♦ Loves K8s, OpenShift, Cloud-Native, Serverless, Hybrid-Multi-Cloud, Distributed Systems

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Senior Principal Architect & Developer Evangelist @ Red Hat ♦ Loves K8s, OpenShift, Cloud-Native, Serverless, Hybrid-Multi-Cloud, Distributed Systems

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