Amazon Web Services is leading the pack in terms of cloud service provisions. The quirk of a hybrid cloud lies in its design.

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With a 32% market share, AWS is leading the cloud development services market in 2022. The latest trends leading this growth are the multi and cooperative cloud services, server less computing, FaaS installments, and now, leading the pack is hybrid cloud. Let us glance at the hybrid cloud market of 2022:

  • The hybrid cloud market was at $52.16 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $145 Billion by 2026 according to Mordor Intelligence.
  • The CAGR experienced by the market will be 73% from 2022 to 2026.

The major driver of this exponential growth will definitely be the massive adoption of hybrid infrastructure services. Traditional data center outsourcing or DCO is seeing a decline and a surge is being seen in cloud IaaS and hosting.

So what is a hybrid cloud, why is it taking off at such a fast pace, and how can it benefit your business? Let us take a deeper dive.


Simply put, hybrid cloud is an on-premise mixed environment consisting of computing, services, and storage. It can be integrated across various platforms and currently, Amazon Web Services is leading the pack in terms of cloud service provisions. The quirk of a hybrid cloud lies in its design. A hybrid infrastructure is a combination of on-premise computing on a public cloud with a data center on a private cloud.

The forecasted growth for hybrid cloud is due to its scalability and feasibility. Short term demand spikes can be handled without much capital investment through a hybrid infrastructure. Any data overflow that occurs can be handled by scaling the on-premise infrastructure into the public infrastructure, thus doing away with third party data center necessity. To know how hybrid clouds as the future of AWS can benefit your business, let us take a look at some of the advantages’ it provides over traditional DCO.



Digital business transformation is driven by the need to adapt and change. It is the core principle of digital businesses. Combining public, private, and on-premise resources simply polishes your business’ ability to gain a competitive edge through enhanced agility.


Hybrid cloud provides scalability that is almost unlimited. This is owing to its on-demand cloud resources that can be tapped into at any time depending on the needs.


This architecture does away with the need to purchase a data canter or data center equipments. This also adds to the reliability of the infrastructure since the data is spread over multiple data centers.


Having the on-site architecture intact and extended to the public cloud means that all your business data is protected behind your own firewall. Sensitive data is stored securely.


Doing away with DTOs means a higher control over the functionality of the server. It also means sculpting the architecture to suit the specific business needs and scaling the outcome in every possible manner. This adds to the control over the data, over the architecture, and over the capabilities of your architecture’s features.

The features look promising and the benefits can transcend necessities. However, the common question that arises is whether to do away with the traditional model completely. Queries related to the fit of hybrid architecture for your business arises. Second guessing always precedes the switch. Let us answer those queries next.


The fact remains that public clouds do not deserve every data. That is why choosing the hybrid mixture seems so appealing. This is precisely the reason why many leading brands and businesses have switched to the hybrid model. Some companies currently enjoying the hybrid architecture are:

  • Netflix for handling spikes bandwidth.
  • Uber to handle data capabilities during peak hours.
  • AirBnB to enhance data handling in its surge hours.

In order to understand the fit of hybrid model for your business, let us look at various scenarios where hybrid architecture can make a difference:

  • Changing workloads. Using a hybrid model during a dynamic workload situation can help you become less volatile.
  • Segmenting critical and less-sensitive workloads. For example, you can store sensitive data like finances and customer information on the private cloud and use the entire computing power of the public architecture to run enterprise applications.
  • Big data. A constant volume of big data processing is rarely seen among businesses. Hybrid cloud can handle this dynamic nature by letting you run big data analytics on public servers while protecting and securing the processes through the private servers.

By analyzing the above given scenarios, you can be certain if hybrid cloud services by AWS is the way to go for your business. So what can we conclude from this discussion?


If processing demand fluctuates, hybrid cloud can help businesses scale their on-premise infrastructure and integrate it with the public cloud to handle overflows. Instead of purchasing, programming, and maintaining additional resources, hybrid clouds allow companies to simply pay for the resources that they use, on demand, and seamlessly.

Hybrid cloud computing is definitely the biggest trend and the future of AWS in 2022. At Orion eSolutions we are fully adept and experienced to handle all your hybrid cloud needs for the current and the upcoming times.

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