Hybrid Clouds


Hybrid cars such as the Toyota Prius provide a practical way to reduce a car's gasoline consumption and thus its carbon footprint, by using self-generated electric power to travel short, easy distances, and allowing regular fuel to kick in for longer, more demanding trips. Going from fully gas-powered to fully electricity-powered in a single step proved too much of a leap for the auto industry, so the hybrid was created to bridge the gap.

A similar trend is developing in the cloud computing space

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