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As Cloud Computing is becoming a mainstream infrastructure for enterprise software, more and more companies are migrating to cloud platforms. This article discusses the differences between public and private clouds. It also explains the different options that are available to run private clouds.
Netflix runs its operations in Amazon EC2 public cloud and so does reddit. Jeremy Edberg, Netflix’s Reliability Architect and formerly reddit’s operations manager, tells the story of their transitions from running their own datacenter to EC2, the reasons for the chance and the issues they’ve had to overcome to make it work.
Want to build out a Microsoft Private Cloud solution? Want to learn the best practices for implementing,managing and growing your Private cloud topology? Come to this session to ramp up on the various private cloud best practices and lessons learned during industry and internal implementations of Microsoft’s Private Cloud solution. This session helps you to get the most out of your Microsoft Private Cloud implementation.
When we think of cloud computing, we usually think of public clouds, such as the ones offered by Google or Amazon. Some organizations, because of their organizational cultures or for security or regulatory concerns, cannot move directly into public clouds, but they have the option of private clouds. Organizations that need greater security will have to invest in private clouds, but they also need to be sure that they can rely on the availability and performance of services.
In this article series, the author outlines the process, from conception to deployment, that his team used to build a private, on-premise cloud environment that incorporates structures found in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) cloud service models.
This video discusses about experience with Virtualization and reasons why companies would use Private Clouds.
Jon Brisbin tells how his company created a private cloud based on vSphere, tcServer, RabbitMQ, and REST, underlining the advantages brought by virtualization, parallelism, and asynchronicity.