Private clouds – sometimes referred to as a data center – reside on a company’s own infrastructure, typically firewall protected and physically secured. Mature organizations that have heavily invested in on-premises infrastructure frequently leverage that investment to create their private cloud. Public clouds alleviate the responsibility for management of the infrastructure since they are by definition hosted by a public cloud provider such as AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.
In its simplest, a private cloud is a service that is completely controlled by a single organization and not shared with others. While a public cloud is a subscription service that is also offered to any and all customers who want similar services. Learn about the difference between private and public clouds and the benefits they offer:
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