Private Cloud Computing for Business
Are you trapped in The Global Cloud? Is the Cloud too Insecure? Thinking of stepping out, but don't know how? Is your Mobile Phone connected to The Cloud? If so, read on...
Step Out of The Cloud and Into Private Computing
Private cloud is a type of computing that delivers similar advantages to the public cloud, including scalability and self-service, but through a proprietary architecture that YOU control. Unlike public clouds, which deliver services to multiple organizations, a private cloud is dedicated to a single, secure, organization. As a result, the private cloud is best for businesses with dynamic or unpredictable computing needs that require direct control over their environments.
Here's how public and private cloud deployment models differ. Public clouds, such as those from Amazon Web Services or Google Compute Engine, share a computing infrastructure across different users, business units or businesses. However, these shared computing environments aren't suitable for all businesses, such as those with mission-critical workloads, security concerns, uptime requirements or management demands. Instead, these businesses can provision a portion of their existing data center as an on-premises -- or private -- cloud.
A private cloud provides the same basic benefits of public cloud. These include self-service and scalability; multi-tenancy; the ability to provision machines; changing computing resources on-demand; and creating multiple machines for complex computing jobs, such as big data. Chargeback tools track computing usage, and business units pay only for the resources they use.
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