Private Cloud is the data-center design that is based on internal resources and doesn’t rely on 3rd party data-center equipment and resources. On the other hand public cloud refers to designs where the data-center equipment is owned and managed by a 3rd party service provider and is leased/rental to the end user on a per month (or per year) basis. Hybrid cloud architectures refers to a hybrid model, where services from private cloud and public cloud are blended together. Here is a quick look:
<a href=”https://www.mushroomnetworks.com/infographics/private-cloud-vs-public-cloud-vs-hybrid-cloud”><img src=”https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/mushroomnetworksweb/wp-content/Private-cloud-vs-public-cloud-vs-hybrid-cloud.jpg” /></a>
Created by <a href=”https://www.mushroomnetworks.com”>Mushroom Networks</a>
© 2004 – 2017 Mushroom Networks Inc. All rights reserved.
Let’s chat. Call us at +1 (858) 452-1031 or fill the form:
Download your copy of rare tips and tricks for a better WAN. Get your free copy today!
We respect your privacy.