The Argument for Private Clouds Cloud Computing

Some argue forcefully that multitenancy is inherently less secure (never mind that PayPal processes billions of dollars securely that way, or that Google Apps and Gmail process billions of e-mails securely, too). As Sam noted, this is a view most often espoused by those seeking to protect their turf. As an alternative, they offer up so-called “private clouds,” which still offer some of the advantages of public clouds. Private clouds use dedicated servers, but the servers exist as part of a larger server farm, so the number of dedicated servers can be [somewhat] scaled and re-allocated on demand. Large financial institutions with huge self-maintained server farms are typically the loudest advocates of this approach, in the interest of security.



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