A unified hybrid architecture can bring together on-premises, multi-cloud and edge environments

It is well established that a cloud model is great for increased agility, reduced time to deployment and it also works well for ephemeral workloads. On the other hand, the on-premise model provides a more predictable cost structure and is better suited for long-running workloads. 

Modern data architecture has evolved in a way that it doesn’t really matter where our data is; cloud, on-premise, or at the edge. With an Open Hybrid Architecture, we can bring the cloud to the data, so that enterprises can take advantage of the unique benefits of cloud.

In this paper we discuss the different components required to build an open hybrid architecture leveraging your Hortonworks environment.

Open Hybrid Architecture for Hortonworks environments3