What organizations would put servers in a Private Cloud? There are many companies who have chosen or are considering putting their environments in the Private Cloud. The move to giants like Amazon Web Services (AWS) is inevitable for all companies as the value of utility cloud computing is proven. While the breadth of services that the Public Cloud platforms currently offer far outweigh what can be offered in a Private Cloud, there are benefits to the Private Cloud that you should consider. Many companies have legacy applications on-premises and they aren’t ready to lose physical touch with them. (We affectionately call these people server huggers.) On the other hand, the company may have risk, compliance, and governance requirements that drive toward the Private Cloud. These folks want (or need) their applications to run in a more controlled and segregated environment. This is where the Private Cloud comes into play.Continue reading “Why the Private Cloud Is Like Having Your Own Personal Yacht”
Pete is the Vice President of Cloud Services at Apps Associates. Pete is responsible for overseeing 24×7 global operations. Pete has deep experience within the Private and Public Cloud and is a key contributor to not only internal projects but a sounding and consultative voice to our clients. The DNA of the 24X7 global operations team consists of highly skilled engineers in the Oracle, AWS and Private Cloud vertices.
Pete has over 23 years of experience in the managed hosting infrastructure and Database field. Prior to joining Apps, he led a global team that provided hosting an infrastructure services to over 1000 customers made up of over 3000 Enterprise class devices as well as managed the application teams that supported this infrastructure.