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Private cloud is computing services only available to your business or select users and can be offered over the Internet or via a private internal network.
Private cloud computing gives businesses many of the benefits of a public cloud – including self-service, scalability, and elasticity with additional control and customization available with full control of the physical resources. Private clouds deliver a higher level of security and privacy ensuring operations and sensitive data are not accessible to third-party providers. Drawback of private cloud is that the company’s IT department is responsible financially as well as for management of the private cloud like a traditional datacenter.
Public cloud is computing services offered by third-party providers over the public Internet, typically available to anyone who wants to use or purchase them.
Public clouds can save companies the financial costs of having to purchase, manage, and maintain on-premises hardware and application infrastructure which is responsibility of the public cloud provider. Public clouds can also be deployed faster than on-premises infrastructures and with an almost infinitely scalable platform. Although security concerns have been raised over public cloud, when implemented correctly, the public cloud can be as secure as the most effectively managed private cloud.
Hybrid cloud is a computing environment that combines public cloud and private cloud allowing data and applications to be shared between them.
As computing and processing demand change, hybrid cloud computing gives businesses the ability to scale up to the public cloud or back down to private cloud while maintaining more control over business-critical applications and data on-premises. Using a hybrid also eliminates the need for massive capital expenditures to handle short-term spikes in demand.