Comparing hybrid, private and public cloud

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How would you compare the hybrid, private and public cloud? Please enumerate the criterion needed in selecting an excellent candidate for cloud outsourcing.

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Comparing hybrid, private and public cloud

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Hi Katrina,

Private cloud are also known as clustered servers. This is the type of cloud server used by large companies as they offer more secure and consistent performance and reliability. They have a set of clustered servers which do the load balancing for the require performance. The data are mirrored to each cluster to ensure performance is at optimum level.

Hybrid cloud is a combination of both private and public cloud server environment for their service.

Public cloud are the usual choice of companies when they switch to cloud. Its less expensive and they tend to provide the most basic hosting requirements. On this type of service you just usually pay what you use.

Aristono

 

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A hybrid cloud is an arrangement of two or more clouds either private or public that stays unique entities but is bound together. It offers the benefits of multiple deployment models. This ability allows hybrid clouds to utilize cloud bursting for leveling across clouds. Cloud bursting is an application deployment model.

Here, the application operates in a data center or private cloud and then “bursts” to a public cloud when the demand for computing capacity rises. Cloud bursting permits data centers in creating an in-house IT infrastructure that can hold average workloads and utilize cloud resources from either private or public clouds during an increase in demands.

A private cloud is a cloud infrastructure that is operated for only one organization. It can be managed internally or through a third-party and hosted either internally or externally. This kind of cloud infrastructure has gained criticism because users are still required to buy, create, and handle them and this doesn’t give any benefit to the users.

A cloud service or infrastructure can be referred to as public cloud when its services are provided on a network that is open for public use.

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