Comparison of Private Cloud Hosting V/s. Public Cloud Hosting

Cloud Computing

The cloud computing means Internet-based computing, in which various services like servers, storage, applications etc. are given to an organization's computers and devices via internet. In Cloud Computing, instead of relying on one server for resources such as RAM, disk space, bandwidth, etc., resources from multiple servers are used.

In the Cloud Computing, workload of local computers are shifted to the group of computers that creates cloud. Local system is only used to run software interface of cloud computing, rest works are taken by cloud network itself. We offer two types of Cloud Hosting:

Private Cloud Hosting

Private Cloud Hosting is like the VPS Hosting environment where the services and infrastructure are maintained on a private network. Private clouds are basically used by mid to large size organisations as their requirements of the security and compliance are fulfill by it. Generally, Private Cloud is used when you need a high level of security and control. Your VPS will be setup in Cloud and it will be migrated to another server in case if the server instance on which your VPS is created experiences any problem. If your VPS operating system does not support hot migrate, your server will be rebooted automatically after migration.

Public Cloud Hosting

Public cloud Hosting is like the Shared Hosting environment where services and infrastructure are provided over the Internet. The public cloud is an environment which is shared with a number of users. Generally, Public Cloud is used when, A number of people use single application i.e. Software as a Service (SaaS) applications. To test and develop application code. Working on collaboration projects.

Difference between Private Cloud and Public Cloud

Points Private Cloud Public Cloud
Management Done by user Done by provider
Resources Allocated resources are Dedicated Allocated resources are shared
Cost Expensive  Cheap
Customization Full Limited
Security High Limited
Control Full User level
Remote Access Yes No

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