What is Private Cloud Server?

Definition of Private Cloud Server

Private cloud server is a type of server that is deployed, hosted and used within a private cloud environment. It can be used in multiple ways or any possible way a server can be used. Such as a storage server, application server or part of a large server cluster.

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What is Public Cloud Server?

Definition of Public Cloud Server

The public cloud server is a type of server that is deployed, hosted and used within a public cloud environment. It works as a standard cloud server and can be used for data storage, application hosting, clustering or any back end IT / Cloud operation.

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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.

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What is Public Cloud Architecture?

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