Private clouds have only one user or tenant That one tenant can control manage

Private clouds have only one user or tenant that one

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- Private clouds have only one user or tenant. That one tenant can control, manage and customize the cloud to fit his/her needs. This capability is the reason that many companies are migrating their data centers to private clouds to run their core business apps. - Hybrid clouds are a combination of private and public clouds. These clouds provide benefits of having both private and public clouds, you can create your new apps base on the private section of the cloud and you can deploy those apps on your public cloud when demand spikes. 3
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Video 1: This video compares and contrasts public, private, and hybrid clouds Source: Intel. (Producer). (2014). Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud (Available from Intel.com & YouTube). 3. Applications and benefits Cloud computing will increase competiveness for a company or organization through cost reduction, greater flexibility, and optimum resource utilization. Below are some examples where cloud computing is used to enhance and increase ability to achieve the company, organization or business goals, however, we will not go into the details and only list the examples: 4
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1- Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS).
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