Private, Public and Hybrid Cloud
Cloud computing is classified into three types: Public Cloud, Private Cloud, and Hybrid Cloud.
A Public Cloud is the most prevalent cloud computing deployment model. Cloud computing resources (such as servers and storage) are owned and operated by a third-party cloud service provider and are delivered via the internet. A public cloud is one in which the cloud provider owns and manages all hardware, software, and other supporting infrastructure.
A Private Cloud is a collection of cloud computing resources dedicated to a single business or organization. The private cloud can be hosted on-premises or by a third-party service provider. However, in a private cloud, services and infrastructure are always maintained on a private network, while hardware and software are dedicated to your organization exclusively.
A Hybrid Cloud is a type of cloud computing in which on-premises infrastructure—or a private cloud—is combined with a public cloud. Data and applications can move freely between the two cloud environments with hybrid clouds.
Cloud computing is selected based on the type of data being processed and the various levels of security and management required. SNPL provides support and services for all of these cloud domains, proving to be a valuable resource for our customers.