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Why there's no compelling use case for hybrid cloud

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Why there's no compelling use case for hybrid cloud

Don't confuse hybrid infrastructure with hybrid cloud. With no real reason to integrate public and private cloud solutions, hybrid cloud isn't a worthwhile undertaking.

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