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There are three types of cloud available: Public Cloud, Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud. Public cloud computing, what we hear the most is where Amazon EC2, Microsoft Azure, and Google Apps come to …

There are three types of cloud available: Public Cloud, Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud. Public cloud computing, what we hear the most is where Amazon EC2, Microsoft Azure, and Google Apps come to mind. But whether it is the right model depends on the criticality of your application and infrastructure requirements. It may work for some of your computing needs, but if you feel more comfortable to have your computing resources inside your own firewalls, then private cloud computing is the right answer. That’s what enterprises tend towards when they have a large user base and they are concerned about the data, security and latency.

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  • 1. WhitepaperPublic and Private Cloud What does your business need today? WOLF Frameworks
  • 2. Public and Priv ate Cl oudContents Abstract Types of Cloud Public Cloud Interfaces Private Cloud Interfaces Cloud Data Security Cloud Selection Criteria Developing Application using WOLF Platform-as-a-Service Flexibility of deploying WOLF based Cloud Applications Conclusion References 2|Page
  • 3. Public and Priv ate Cl oudAbstract has no access, visibility or control of it. It is shared by multiple organizations. Public cloud definitely reduces thePublic Cloud and Private Cloud are the two most common overhead of infrastructure management but at the cost ofterminologies floating around in this new IT buzz called control.Cloud Computing. There is no denying that the use of Cloudis on the rise. Though the cloud boasts a number of Private Cloud - Private cloud is owned by a singleadvantages there are certain concerns that are hampering organization and is not shared by anyone else. They areits adoption. In this whitepaper we have discussed about dedicated resources and may be hosted on-premise or off-the various types of Clouds available to your disposal and premise in a third party vendor location. Though Privatewhy should you select one. We have also discussed about cloud gives you a control over the resources, it leaves youthe key concerns of cloud adoption and how you can with an overhead to manage it.minimize the risks. Finally we have given a brief insight on Hybrid Cloud - A Hybrid Cloud is a combination of Privatethe flexibility of the WOLF cloud deployment methods. and Public cloud. Such as, when an organization uses aTypes of Cloud Private Cloud for secure applications and a Public Cloud during peak load, the usage is called a Hybrid Cloud.There are three types of cloud available: Public Cloud, Though a Hybrid Cloud gives you the best of both thePrivate Cloud and Hybrid Cloud. Public cloud computing, services, yet you have to decide between a Public orwhat we hear the most is where Amazon EC2, Microsoft Private cloud for the base of your operations.Azure, and Google Apps come to mind. But whether it is Public Cloud Interfacesthe right model depends on the criticality of yourapplication and infrastructure requirements. It may work Public cloud offers virtualized resources as a service,for some of your computing needs, but if you feel more enabling the deployment of an entire IT infrastructurecomfortable to have your computing resources inside your without the associated capital costs, paying only for theown firewalls, then private cloud computing is the right used capacity. Amazon EC2, Microsoft Azure, ElasticHosts,answer. That’s what enterprises tend towards when they GoGrid, iWeb and Rackspace are examples of commercialhave a large user base and they are concerned about the cloud providers of elastic capacity. They also offer a publicdata, security and latency. interface for remote management of virtualized server instances within their proprietary infrastructure. Private Cloud Interfaces Private Cloud provides users with a flexible and agile private infrastructure to run service workloads within their administrative domains. Platform VM Orchestrator (VMO), VMware vSphere, Citrix Cloud Center (C3), and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager are commercial tools for management of virtualized services on the datacenter for building private clouds. OpenNebula Virtual Infrastructure Engine (now part of Ubuntu) is an open-source alternative for private cloud computing, which also supports hybrid Figure 1: The Cloud cloud deployments to supplement local infrastructure with computing capacity from an external cloud.Let us now look into each of these clouds one by one: Private cloud interfaces should allow the integration of thePublic Cloud - In a Public cloud, the vendor hosts the virtualized distributed infrastructure in the data-centerinfrastructure in his remote own location and the customer 3|Page
  • 4. Public and Priv ate Cl oud TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL WHITEPAPER VISIT http://bit.ly/nzd8xlFor More InformationFor more information about WOLF products and services, call the WOLF Sales Information Center at +1 (703)-953-1053 (US)or +91 80 4207 5425 (India). To access information using the World Wide Web, go to: http://www.wolfframeworks.com © 2006-2011 WOLF Frameworks India Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved. 4|Page

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