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In search of the elusive private cloud

Stuart Corner (via SMH) | June 25, 2013
Cloud computing is a tricky enough concept to grasp but what about "private cloud" computing?

"Organisations can switch workloads between public, local and private clouds and even spread single workloads across mixed cloud elements," Kaleski said.

"For example, organisations using largely private cloud services can 'burst' non-sensitive processing workloads to a public cloud to meet peak or highly elastic workloads.

"Or, they can split a workload across a global public cloud and a country-specific public cloud - depending on which elements of an application are publicly facing or involve the processing of customer data."

 

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