Hybrid IT with cloud
Combine the right mix of traditional IT, private cloud, and public cloud to achieve optimal workload placement.
Public cloud refers to virtualized computing services that are offered over the internet to the general public.
Public cloud is a multi-tenant form of cloud computing in which infrastructure is shared by multiple companies and individuals. It is considered the "standard model" of cloud computing and is the opposite of private cloud, a model in which infrastructure resources are dedicated to a single organization.
In general, public cloud computing tends to be less expensive and more flexible than private cloud computing. It’s typically offered on a pay-per-usage basis with no contracts, making it easy to scale usage up and down as needed.
Public cloud poses security and compliance risks for many organizations, or specific functions within a given organization. Data governed by Sarbanes Oxley, PCI and HIPPA cannot be hosted on public cloud, which leads many companies to choose private or hybrid cloud models. In addition, public cloud is designed to be self-managed, while many enterprises prefer fully managed cloud services.
Speak with a cloud expert about how to build hybrid cloud infrastructure that works for your business. Let us know your current challenges and future goals, and we’ll help you get on the right path to hybrid cloud success.
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