After getting more information on what is Microsoft Private Cloud, there is ton of benefit to deploy it, but still require to based on the business needs, let’s see what the major benefit for deploying cloud computing
Virtualized data center. Cloud computing provides methods to access computing services that are independent both of your physical location, and the hardware that you use to access it. With cloud computing, you no longer need to store data or applications on your local computer. The data center remains a key element when adopting cloud computing; however, cloud computing emphasizes virtualization technologies that focus on delivering applications rather than supporting the data center infrastructure.
- Reduced operational costs. Cloud computing helps mitigate issues such as low system use, inconsistent availability, and high operational costs, by providing pooled resources, elasticity, and virtualization technology.
- Server consolidation. Cloud computing allows you to host multiple virtual machines on a virtualization host, which enables you to consolidate servers across a data center.
- Improved resilience and agility. With products such as System Center 2012, cloud computing can reduce costs and improve efficiency.
There are two different types of clouds: the public cloud, and the private cloud. These terms are defined are follows:
- Public cloud. The public cloud infrastructure is made available to the public or a large industry group, and is owned by an organization (or service provider) that sells cloud services. The organization that signs up for the service, known as the tenant, shares cloud resources with other organizations. The public cloud exists only off-premises.
- Private cloud. The private cloud infrastructure is created and operated only for one organization, and exists either on-premises or off-premises. A private cloud may be managed by the organization itself, or by an outside company.