Differences between Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud

Public cloud computing refers to the use of shared computing resources that are available to the public over the internet. In the public model cloud infrastructure is owned and managed by a third-party provider, who is responsible for maintaining and securing the infrastructure. On the other hand, private cloud computing refers to the use of a dedicated cloud infrastructure that is owned and managed by a single organization. This model provides more control and security, as the organization has sole access to the infrastructure and can customize it to meet their needs. Ultimately, the choice between public and private cloud computing will depend on factors such as the organization’s budget, security requirements, and the nature of the workload being hosted. If you are interested in learning more about the differences between each model check out the infographic below.

Infographic created by HotWire Networks web hosting company