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Explain the differences between public, private, and community clouds. What are some of the factors to consider when choosing which of the three to use? Solution. Public cloud This is a type of cloud where cloud infrastructure services are provided to the general public or big industrial groups via the internet. Under this cloud-model, the infrastructure is owned by the organization that provides the cloud services rather than the general users. These type of clouds are normally open to anybody who can pay for their different services like access to cloud storage. Good examples of public clouds are Amazon & Rackspace. Private cloud Private cloud refers to those clouds which are available to a member of a particular entity such as corporation, college etc. Supposing somebody within the "public" cloud was aware of its presence, they would not gain admission without being in some manner associated to the organization or given access authorizations. Community cloud This is a type of cloud which shares the cloud-infrastructure crosswise various establishments to
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  • Spring '16
  • Cloud services, public cloud, cloud infrastructure services, Private cloud refers

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