What is Private Cloud Architecture?

Definition of Private Cloud Architecture

Private cloud architecture is referred to the structural design and layout of a private cloud service or delivery model. It consists of the component and functions that make up a complete private cloud. It is designed and created by IT and/or cloud architects, prior to deploying the private cloud.

Brief Description of Private Cloud Architecture

Typically, private cloud architecture consists of multiple front and back-end components. The front end component includes the private cloud elements that are directly accessed by the end user or the subscriber. The front end includes the software and the end users device that enable accessing the private cloud. The back end includes the core computing servers and storage servers / drives along with the internetworking capabilities that enables the private cloud.

End Users / Subscribers use the front end of the private cloud to access the back end capabilities. Moreover, infrastructure and network security and privacy based components are also addressed in the private cloud architecture.

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