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Private Cloud

A private cloud is a new model for IT delivery. It transforms datacenter resources to enable the key benefits of cloud computing. The phrase used to describe a cloud computing platform that is implemented within the corporate firewall, under the control of the IT department. A private cloud is designed to offer the same features and benefits of public cloud systems, but removes a number of objections to the cloud computing model including control over enterprise and customer data, worries about security, and issues connected to regulatory compliance.

Attributes of Private Cloud

private cloud, also called an "internal cloud" or "corporate cloud," resides within the company environment (firewall) and its access is restricted, usually to company employees or business partners.

The Gartner Institute has defined five key attributes for private clouds

  • Offering resources (infrastructure and applications) as services
  • Flexibility and scale that meet client demands
  • Resource sharing among a large number of users
  • Measurement and payment according to use of the service
  • Use of Internet protocols and technologies to access cloud resources

Advantages of Private Cloud

  • When we think of computer resources in the cloud, we usually think of public clouds, such as the ones offered by Google or Amazon, with infrastructure or applications shared by millions of clients worldwide, through the Internet.
  • Some organizations, because of their organizational cultures or for security or regulatory concerns, cannot move directly into public clouds, but they have the option of private clouds.
  • The ways to use them to optimize your investments, processes, and infrastructure.

Difference b/w Private & Public Cloud

Private Cloud

  • Elasticity
  • On Demand Self Service
  • Metered Usage
  • Virtualization
  • Resource Pooling
  • Security
  • Manageability

Public Cloud

  • Elasticity
  • On Demand Self Service
  • Metered Usage
  • Virtualization
  • Resource Pooling
  • Manageability

Virtualization in private Cloud

Virtualization has profoundly changed the IT industry, and the technology will continue to have an impact as it matures and evolves. Introduction to Virtualization, covers the basics of the technology for IT professionals who want to reap the benefits of virtualization in their data centers. In addition to the basics of virtualization technology, the covers disaster recovery (DR), server consolidation, testing and development, high availability, storage, security.

Cost reduced using Private Cloud

Cloud computing is starting to impact on companies' bottom line.

As you know, cloud computing means using hardware and software 'in the cloud' to meet your organization's specific needs – what the industry also calls 'Software as a Service', or Saas.

Yes, there are genuine concerns about using the cloud – I outline how to minimize these later – but there are also 3 important benefits

  • It's a lot cheaper to 'rent' hardware and software (from the cloud) than making one-off purchases for on-premise use.
  • Both the hardware and software is kept up to date.
  • You avoid the costs, staff time and administrative burden of servicing your own IT equipment (eg., licensing and maintenance), and can focus instead on adding value to your business. Indeed, this will reduce your need for your own IT and support staff.