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What

A style of computing where scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are provided as a service to external customers using Internet technologies

Why

Scalability, Reliability, Lower Costs & Flexible

Who

Azure, AWS, GCP

How Does a Public Cloud Work?

Public cloud is one of three types of clouds. There are also private clouds and hybrid clouds. A private cloud is dedicated to a single organization and provides it with strong control and security over its apps, data and systems. A hybrid cloud incorporates two different kinds of clouds — often a public and private cloud — that are interconnected so they can share apps and data.
Scalability

A public cloud provides easy and fast scalability of compute, storage and other web-based resources. Servers can be deployed in minutes or hours, instead of days or weeks.

Lower Cost

Users save money, as they don’t have to pay for data center costs like hardware, software and IT staff. They also benefit from economies of scale, as the data centers costs are shared among all users.

Adoption

89% of Organizations

Multi-Cloud Strategy
93% of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy
Reliability
A public cloud provider has multiple geographically dispersed data centers with redundant configurations. Should a single data center suffer an outage, a customer’s cloud service is unaffected.
Flexible
Most public clouds allow you to add networking, storage, databases and more, with just a click.
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How Does a
Public Cloud Work?

Public cloud is one of three types of clouds. There are also private clouds and hybrid clouds. A private cloud is dedicated to a single organization and provides it with strong control and security over its apps, data and systems. A hybrid cloud incorporates two different kinds of clouds — often a public and private cloud — that are interconnected so they can share apps and data.

Public clouds are the most popular form of cloud computing, According to RightScale’s State of the Cloud survey, 89% of organizations used the public cloud in 2016.

Private clouds are the second most popular type of cloud, with a 77% adoption rate. Hybrid clouds lag behind both public and private clouds, with 71% of organizations using them.

Today, many organizations use both public and private clouds. The RightScale respondents, for instance, typically use three public clouds and three private clouds. Increasingly, medium and large enterprises operate in a multi-cloud world.

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