Private cloud hosting has certain advantages over public cloud hosting. For many businesses, private cloud hosting is the ideal environment. There are quite a few reasons that businesses are transitioning from public cloud computing to private cloud computing. It may be the ideal option for you. If you are dealing with any of the concerns listed below you may want to consider transitioning.
One of the biggest issues with public cloud hosting is the allocation of space. The public cloud works by sharing the space that is available among many users, this of course means that you can only have a share of the allocated space. For many businesses, the space allocation prevents them from moving forward with confidence.
It is not only the pool factor that is pushing businesses to move over to a private hosting:
- Up time issues
- Time and money savings
Dedicated hardware that you find with private hosting can increase security and reduce risk. In today’s environment, it is always important to put security first and the public cloud, while offering some security, is many times not secure enough.
In the public cloud, you can feel the effects of your neighbor’s bad decisions. Up time concerns can be a big concern. Reliable hosting is a necessity to conduct business as you need too, risking downtimes is not an option. Private options can help to remove the risk of down times.
You Save Time and Money
Wasting time and money trying to make the public cloud work for you can be frustrating and it can be a huge time suck and wind up with you throwing good money after bad. It can be the ideal solution for your cloud computing needs and ultimately save you time and money. Talk to Redswitches about which option is best for your needs.