Private Cloud vs Public Cloud vs Hybrid Cloud

| November 17, 2017

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Private Cloud is the data-center design that is based on internal resources and doesn't rely on 3rd party data-center equipment and resources. On the other hand public cloud refers to designs where the data-center equipment is owned and managed by a 3rd party service provider and is leased/rental to the end user on a per month (or per year) basis.

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