What is Private Cloud Storage Server?

Definition of Private Cloud Storage Server

Private cloud storage server is a type of cloud storage server that is used in private cloud storage environments. It enables in physically storing and providing access to data and files stored in a private cloud. It is similar to a standard storage server but supports cloud / virtualization and is deployed in a private cloud / IT Infrastructure.

Brief Description of Private Cloud Storage Server

Private cloud storage server is typically part of private cloud storage architecture. Depending upon the organization and storage requirement, there can be some to hundreds of private cloud storage servers. It typically might not have multitenancy as of a public cloud storage server but an organization’s several departments/ users might use a single server to store and access their data. Being deployed on a private cloud, it can be accessed globally over the internet by authorized users. The private cloud storage server generally has bulk amount of redundant storage capacity with data backup features and support.

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