Open Survey: Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Security
Hybrid cloud is a cloud deployment model using at least two different cloud deployment models (e.g. private, public, community). The deployments involved remain unique entities but are bound together by appropriate technology that enables interoperability, data portability and application portability. A hybrid cloud may be owned, managed, and operated by the organization itself or a third party and may exist on premises or off premises. Hybrid clouds represent situations where interactions between two different deployments may be needed but remained linked via appropriate technologies. As such the boundaries set by a hybrid cloud reflect its two base deployments.
The intent of this survey is to gain a better enterprise understanding and perception of hybrid cloud security capabilities compared to on-premise services. For the purposes of this survey, a hybrid cloud will be referred by the definition provided by ISO/IEC in the 17788 standard on cloud computing vocabulary.
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