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What is Private Cloud?
Private cloud is a computing model that offers a proprietary environment dedicated to a single
business entity. As with other types of cloud computing environments, private cloud provides
extended, virtualized computing resources via physical components stored on-premises or at a
vendor's datacentre.
One of the chief advantages of a private cloud deployment is the enhanced degree of control offered
to the organization. Because the private cloud is only accessible to a single business, that
organization has the ability to configure the environment and manage it in a manner that is uniquely
tailored to the specific computing needs of the company.
A private cloud strategy may be comprised of hardware hosted locally at a facility owned by a
business, or it may be hosted by a cloud service provider. Virtual private clouds are typically paid for
on a rolling basis, but provisioned hardware and storage configurations maintain the benefits of a
secure, exclusive network.

Private cloud vs Public cloud vs Hybrid cloud
IT leaders have three general cloud models to choose from, each with a unique set of capabilities
and advantages. A private cloud (also known as an internal cloud or corporate cloud) is the most
secure option because the organization has direct control over the infrastructure and only
authorized users can access the network.
Public cloud services are another popular choice because the enterprise can control costs by
reducing on-site hardware investments. With low upfront costs, an organization can deploy an
application within the public cloud with ease. Public cloud also allows organizations to fail cheaply if
the application does not meet expectations. This can be important for lean businesses that need to
reserve capital.
Hybrid cloud models offer the advantages of public and private clouds by bridging the two models
with a layer of proprietary software. Hybrid cloud makes it possible to store vital data in a secure on-
site environment while simultaneously leveraging the computing power of the public cloud.
Meanwhile, the business only pays for the computing power it uses, allowing for additional cost


                                                              Benefits of Private Cloud

                                                     Private Cloud solution bring value to an enterprise by abstracting                                                          computing processes in a manner  much more efficient than                                                                    traditional virtualization. A few of the primary advantages include: 

                                                    Security and compliance: For businesses operating in heavily                                                             regulated industries, compliance is  paramount. Private cloud                                                                 infrastructure gives organizations the ability to comply with strict 
                                                    regulations because sensitive data is held on hardware that cannot                                                       be accessed by anyone else. This  advantage is available through                                                           on-site hardware installations as well as in hosted services. 

                                                   Customization: Private clouds are fully configurable by the                                                                    organizations using the solution. A fully  private cloud is constructed                                                    by an on-site cloud architect, which means stakeholders can specify                                                    the  exact environment needed to run proprietary applications.                                                              Hosted private clouds offer the same advantages but require no on-                                                    site setup. In that case, the business works with a vendor to set up                                                        and manage a cloud for its exclusive use. 

                                                   Hybrid integration: When an application needs additional                                                                      computing resources, hybridization extends the resources of the                                                          private cloud into a public cloud to maintain uptime without needing                                                    to  install additional physical servers. This can be a cost-effective                                                          solution for organizations that need  the security of a private cloud                                                      but still want other functions to operate with the power of a                                                                    public cloud service.



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