The public cloud versus private cloud debate has dominated IT conversations for several years. With IT decision makers weighing the differences between these two cloud models, key considerations have included economics, elasticity and application needs. Last month, QTS Chicago partnered with AWS and Nutanix to host more than 50 professionals for an expert-led session weighing in on this debate: Design Your Cloud Strategy: Trends in Hybrid IT.
QTS recently launched an exciting new solution, Hosted Private Cloud (HPC). This purpose-built infrastructure-as-a-service platform (IaaS) is designed for hybrid IT, offering centralized, streamlined management and monitoring functionalities. It provides expert multi-cloud managed services, while bringing high levels of automation and enhancing visibility of your complete cloud environment.
The private cloud allows you to utilize a proprietary, single-tenant architecture that is dedicated to your organization.
You may be exploring whether it is right to move some or all of your data and applications to the private cloud. Here are three key reasons to make the move.
Cloud computing comes in four delivery models: Public, Private, Community and Hybrid. Several factors will drive an organization's choice of cloud. We will take a look at each model to give you a better understanding of which cloud(s) makes most sense for your business needs.