A private cloud is modern automated IT infrastructure and multiple services hosting datacenter created and maintained by an individual enterprise in which it owns and operates the infrastructure and data as opposed to a public cloud which is run by a third party outside of the enterprise. The private cloud might be based on resources and infrastructure already present in an organization’s on-premises data center or on new separate infrastructure.
A private cloud is a powerful tool for optimizing business outcomes. As a result, cloud adoption has never been higher and there is a growing prevalence of cloud with 91%  of organizations deploy workloads across cloud-based on-premise datacenters. As for large government organizations or departments they go to private cloud strategy for the benefits, security, data ownership and flexibility it brings. This increasingly diverse landscape leads to operational planning and strategic approaches and innovation must happen everywhere from private cloud to public cloud to the edge in this new age of data.
private cloud, it is important to think about how data is managed as it is
becoming organizations’ most valuable asset. A cloud strategy requires a data
first approach that ensures data is secured, protected, available where and
when you need it, delivered at the performance level required by applications
and within compliance of company policies.
We don’t only provide enterprise solution but a complete private cloud from scratch not limited to the following
- Installation of cloud infrastructure
- Seamless tiering from on-premises to the cloud
- Fast and simple deployment of software-defined infrastructure in the cloud
- Enterprise-grade data services and data protection in the cloud
- Cost-effective cloud creation and consumption of best-of-breed infrastructure
- No additional datacenter to set up and manage, reducing costs and footprint
- Proactive, cloud-based monitoring and analytics
- Unified view of unstructured data from on-premises to the cloud
- Easily enable key cloud uses including disaster recovery, test/dev, backup, archive, and analytics