There are a multitude of cloud services on the market, including public, private and hybrid environments. The variety of choices can make it difficult when trying to determine if you should move your organization’s workloads to the cloud — and what type of cloud should be used.
For many organizations, a private cloud is a reliable solution. It enables physical separation of data, greater security controls, and the ability to forego sharing resources. As is the case with cloud services in general, it’s key to distinguish from one kind of environment to another, and why some types of private clouds may be better suited to your organization’s needs.
Delineating differences between types of clouds and various setups of private clouds will help ease the burden of making a decision.
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