Types of cloud servers Dell Vietnam: Private, Public and Hybrid

February 23, 2017

Cloud servers Vietnam comes in three forms: public clouds, private clouds, and hybrids clouds.

 Depending on the type of data you are working with, you will want to compare public, private, and hybrid clouds in terms of the different levels of management and security required.


Public Clouds

A public cloud is basically the internet. Service providers use the internet to make resources like apps and storage capacity, available to the general public, or on a ‘public cloud.  Examples of public clouds include Sun Cloud, IBM’s Blue Cloud, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Windows Azure Services Platform and Google App Engine.

For users, the types of Vietnam cloud servers hosting will provide us with the best economies of scale, are inexpensive to install as hardware, app and bandwidth costs are covered by the provider.  It is a pay-as-you-use model and the only costs incurred are based on the capacity whic is used.

However, there are some limitations, the public cloud may not be the right fit for each organization. The model can limit security, configuration and SLA specificity, making it less-than-ideal for services using security data which is subject to compliancy regulations.


Private Clouds

Private clouds are data center architectures owned by a single company that provides scalability, flexibility, provisioning, monitoring and automation.  The goal of a private cloud is not sell “as-a-service” providing to external users but instead to gain the profits of cloud architecture without removing the control of maintaining your own DC.

Private clouds can be much expensive with typically modest economies of scale. This is often not a solution for the average small and medium enterprises and is most typically put to use by larger enterprises. It is driven by concerns around safety and compliance, and keeping assets within the firewall.


Hybrid Clouds

By using a Hybrid approach, users can maintain control of an internally managed private cloud while still relying on the public cloud as required.  For instance during the peak periods individual apps, or portions of apps can be migrated to the Public Cloud.  This can also be beneficial during predictable outages: scheduled maintenance windows, hurricane warnings, rolling brown/ blackouts.

The ability to maintain an off-premise disaster recovery website for most organizations is impossible because of cost. While there are lower cost choices and the alternatives the lower down the spectrum an organization gets, the capability to recover data fast reduces. Cloud servers VPS Vietnam based Business Continuity (BC) / Disaster Recovery services allow individuals/ business/ organizations to contract failover out to a Managed Services Provider that maintains multi-tenant infrastructure for BC/ DC, and specializes in getting business back online fast.