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 the needs and goals of a single organization. As a result, private cloud is best for businesses with dynamic or unpredictable
computing needs that require direct control over their environments, typically to meet security, business governance or regulatory compliance requirements.
What are the benefits
Private clouds are often deployed when public clouds are deemed inappropriate or inadequate for the needs of a business. For example, a public cloud might not provide the level of service availability or uptime that an organization needs.
In other cases, the risk of hosting a mission-critical workload in the public cloud might exceed an organization’s risk tolerance, or there might be security or regulatory concerns related to the use of a multi-tenant environment. In these cases, an enterprise might opt to invest in a private cloud to realize the benefits of cloud computing, while maintaining total control and ownership of its environment.
In other words, you own it and you choose how you use it. You can increase infrastructure capacity for large computing and storage requirements. Security risks are minimized, it’s your on-premise appliance after all.
Your users can use the full potential of cloud and bandwidth. However, it’s on your premises. While it could prove to be more expensive than public cloud, you have more control over the cost and efficiency of your platform.
and bandwidth. Again, it’s on YOUR premises. While it could prove to be more expensive in some cases, you have more control over the cost and efficiency of your cloud.
Oracle PCA (Private Cloud Appliance)
Oracle Private Cloud Appliance (PCA) is an integrated, ‘wire once’ converged system designed for fast cloud and rapid application deployments at the data centers. PCA is a one stop system for all your applications, where mixed operating systems (Linux, Solaris, RHEL and Windows) workloads can be consolidated into a single machine.
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