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Running head: Benefits and the potential problems due to virtualization on public1Benefits and the potential problems due to virtualization on public, private and hybrid cloudsSoninbayar MunkhbayarUniversity of the PotomacCBSC510 Cloud Computing from the Ground Up05/16/2017Dr Darcel Tolliver
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Benefits and the potential problems due to virtualization on public, private and hybrid clouds 2Abstract Cloud computing continues its strong adoption, but the debate over which cloud deployment platform continues. Cloud computing solutions can deliver serious benefits, althougheach deployment option has its own advantages and drawbacks. In certain situations, the benefitscan outweigh the risks, so you need identify situations in which the cloud will help you reap the maximum rewards with minimum risk. To choose which cloud computing solution option is appropriate for your company, you’ll need to consider and balance a number of factors. We’ve weighed a few of the advantages and disadvantages between a public cloud, private and hybrid cloud.Advantages of Virtualization The advantages of switching to a virtual environment are plentiful, saving you money andtime while providing much greater business continuity and ability to recover from disaster. Reduced spending.For companies with fewer than 1,000 employees, up to 40 percent of an IT budget is spent on hardware. Purchasing multiple servers is often a good chunk of this cost. Virtualizing requires fewer servers and extends the lifespan of existing hardware. This also means reduced energy costs. Easier backup and disaster recovery. Disasters are swift and unexpected. In seconds, leaks, floods, power outages, cyber-attacks, theft and even snow storms can wipe out data essential to your business. Virtualization makes recovery much swifter and accurate, with less manpower anda fraction of the equipment – it’s all virtual. Better business continuity. With an increasingly mobile workforce, having good business continuity is essential. Without it, files become inaccessible, work goes undone, processes are slowed and employees are less productive. Virtualization gives employees access to software,
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Benefits and the potential problems due to virtualization on public, private and hybrid clouds 3files and communications anywhere they are and can enable multiple people to access the same information for more continuity. More efficient IT operations.Going to a virtual environment can make everyone’s job easier – especially the IT staff. Virtualization provides an easier route for technicians to install and maintain software, distribute updates and maintain a more secure network. They can do this with less downtime, fewer outages, quicker recovery and instant backup as compared to a non-virtual environment.
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