Private cloud is a type of cloud computing that delivers similar advantages to public cloud, including scalability and self-service, but through a proprietary architecture. Unlike public clouds, which deliver services to multiple organizations, a private cloud is dedicated to a single organization, but can reside internally (on premise) or externally (off premise).
As a result, private cloud is best for businesses with dynamic or unpredictable computing needs that require direct control over their environments. In addition, many legacy applications, but also many mission critical, high demanding, storage rich environments do not fit easily on a public cloud.
Public and private cloud deployment models differ. Public clouds, such as those from Amazon Web Services, IBMCloud, Azure or Google, share a computing infrastructure across different users, business units or businesses.
With IT rapidly being cloudified, we still believe a large part of your IT operations will remain on premise in your own or external datacenter, behind your firewalls, owned and potentially managed by you.
What if your storage were so simple and reliable that you rarely even thought about it? We believe your data infrastructure requires effortless operations, lowest latency, highest performance and throughput, and maximum availability.
The Pure Storage FlashArray family delivers software-defined all-flash power and reliability for every need and every budget, from the entry-level FlashArray//M10 to the new FlashArray//X – the first mainstream, 100% NVMe, enterprise-class all-flash array.
New era hybrid cloud environments and cognitive applications are driving huge growth in data volumes, making data the new natural resource. However, cost-effectively optimizing your storage infrastructure while enabling new opportunities can strain your budget.
IBM Spectrum Protect enables reliable, efficient data protection and resiliency for software defined, virtual, physical, and cloud environments. This data protection platform gives enterprises a single point of control and administration for backup and recovery.
Today’s rapid pace of technological innovation is forcing digital and physical worlds to collide – and it’s also transforming the way organizations operate in every industry. This digital transformation can either make or break your business.