Hybrid cloud doesn’t magically coalesce out of a primordial soup of public and private cloud services. It takes some planning and forethought to make it all work. But in the end, it’s worth the trouble.
That’s the gist of the latest work from the Hurwitz Group, a book titled Hybrid Cloud for Dummies, (Offered through the IBM developer site.) Its authors, Judith Hurwitz, Marcia Kaufman, and Daniel Kirsch, observe that to make the best connections, you need a blend of the right tools, technology and talent. 
 By Joe McKendrick for ZDNet