Hybrid Cloud services are a type of cloud computing that combines the use of both public and private clouds to create an integrated infrastructure. In hybrid cloud solutions, an organization can use the public cloud for workloads that require scalability and the private cloud for sensitive workloads that require a higher level of security and control. The idea behind a hybrid cloud service is to take advantage of the benefits of both public and private clouds, while minimizing the disadvantages of each. The result is a flexible and scalable cloud infrastructure that can meet the varying demands of different applications and workloads. Examples of hybrid cloud solutions include Microsoft Azure Stack and Amazon Web Services (AWS) Outposts. Hybrid Cloud services are also known as Public and Private Cloud, IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, Cloud Computing, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage or Cloud Hosting Services.