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Cloud computing is a significant advancement in how businesses and organizations to store, manage, and process data. Organizations deploying cloud services have three main options: public, private, and hybrid clouds. Velocity Solutions can help you determine what setup best suits your needs.

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The latest technological advancements can help businesses increase efficiency, reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction, and remain competitive in today’s digital world. Understanding what types of services you need can help you determine which option is best suited for your organization’s IT needs; whether it be a public cloud for web applications like email storage or testing environments; a private cloud for increased control over domain; a hybrid approach combining both private and public infrastructures; or edge computing that brings cloud services closer to where data resides reducing latency & bandwidth issues while providing more processing power and storage capacity than ever before! No matter your route, taking advantage of cloud computing will help your organization stay ahead of the curve!

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  • The private cloud offers increased flexibility, control, and solid security due to its isolated nature.
  • The public cloud involves the use of a single shared infrastructure and services that are used by multiple different organizations simultaneously.
  • A hybrid cloud utilizes a combination of private and public clouds, allowing an organization to move certain workloads between the two environments depending on their specific needs.
  • Multi-cloud refers to using multiple public cloud providers to reduce vendor lock-in or get access to specialized services that may not be available with a single provider.
  • Edge computing is a type of cloud computing that allows data processing and computing tasks to happen closer to the user or device, which can result in improved performance, reliability, and reduced latency.

Understanding Cloud Types

Third-party service providers own public clouds, and resources are shared among multiple tenants. These clouds are typically used for web-based applications such as email storage or testing environments. Public clouds offer scalability, cost-efficiency, and access to powerful computing resources without investing in hardware or software. 

Private clouds consist of dedicated hardware and software maintained on a private network. They are often used by government agencies or financial institutions seeking enhanced control over their environment. Private clouds provide improved security and privacy and more flexibility for customizing the infrastructure to meet specific business needs. 

Hybrid clouds allow data and apps to move between on-premises infrastructure (private cloud) and a public cloud. This approach enables organizations to benefit from the scalability of the public cloud while maintaining control over sensitive data stored in their private cloud infrastructure. A hybrid approach offers organizations greater flexibility for their IT needs and scalability for short-term spikes in demand without making significant capital expenditures or giving third-party data centers access to all their data. 

Edge computing brings the powerful processing of the cloud closer to where data resides to reduce latency. By bringing the cloud closer to the edge, edge computing can minimize latency, bandwidth problems, and security concerns while maximizing processing power and storage capacity. For example, edge computing can help deliver real-time insights from connected devices such as traffic cameras or sensors that track air quality or temperature levels in remote areas that are not connected by traditional networks.     

Our Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud Process

Meeting with Staff to Determine Operations

1. Analyze

Our team will review your IT stack and meet with your staff to gain a full understanding of your operations and how they relate to the cloud. We’ll do an in-depth dive into your provider and begin documenting any potential issues and specific needs of your business.

2. Advise

With a complete picture of what you are trying to accomplish, our cloud experts cross-reference industry-leading providers to find the perfect new home for your data. We’ll review your options to ensure you get a safe, secure cloud setup at a great price.

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3. DEploy

Once we’ve selected your provider, the team at Velocity Solutions will configure, install, test and deploy your new cloud services and any other software your organization will need. All cloud deployments are easily modifiable, leaving room for expansion.

Public, Private, Hybrid Cloud FAQ

Public cloud computing is a cloud service where users can access shared resources and infrastructure over the internet. These resources are owned and operated by third-party providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform, or Microsoft Azure.

Private cloud computing is a type of cloud service that is dedicated to a single organization. It can be hosted on-premises or in a data center, providing more control, security, and customization than public clouds.

Hybrid cloud computing is an environment that combines both private and public cloud services. It allows organizations to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness of public clouds while maintaining control over sensitive data in their private clouds.

The choice between public, private or hybrid clouds depends on your business needs. Public clouds are ideal for businesses with less sensitive data who want quick scalability at a lower cost. Private clouds are more suitable for companies with strict privacy regulations or those requiring high customization levels. Hybrid clouds offer flexibility to businesses that need to balance between the two. Velocity Solutions sales team can help guide you through your decision. Reach us today.

All types of clouds have their own security measures in place. Public clouds rely on the provider’s security measures, while private clouds give organizations complete control over their security protocols. Hybrid clouds leverage both environments’ security features but may require more complex management requirements to ensure consistency across all environments. Ultimately, businesses must conduct regular risk assessments and implement appropriate security controls regardless of their chosen environment.

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