Are you considering a cloud migration but aren’t sure which choice is best for your company? Or maybe you’re just curious about the differences between private and public clouds.

Why use Private or Colocation?

  • Private Clouds: Infrastructure is hosted on-site or in a service provider’s data center, providing greater control and security. You can configure compute, storage, and networking because the components are dedicated solely to your business.
  • Dedicated Servers: High-performance infrastructure can be tailored to serve the most challenging applications while also providing the security and control you need to meet your compliance obligations. Scale your business by combining it with the cloud.
  • Public Clouds: Infrastructure is shared by various companies and is owned and controlled by a service provider, allowing for fast provisioning. It’s a low-cost choice for deploying applications because you can scale resources to meet demand and pay-as-you-go.
  • Hybrid Clouds: Connect dedicated servers, private clouds, and public clouds to harness their combined power and run workloads where they excel. To get an agile, flexible, and cost-effective solution, create a custom hybrid configuration that meets your needs.

How can UnitedLayer help?

We’re here to assist you no matter where you are on your cloud journey. Our experts will help you find the right solution for your workloads, regardless of the environment or technology.

  • Private Cloud: Using VMware, Microsoft, and OpenStack technologies, you can get the agility, security, and performance you need for your private cloud. Our experts will collaborate with you one-on-one to achieve the desired outcomes. Furthermore, they will continuously track and manage the health of your private cloud.
  • Public Cloud: Put our public cloud hosting experience to work for you, with access to one of the world’s largest teams, 24x7x365. Thanks to our managed security services, you can even use the public cloud when meeting even the most rigorous security and compliance criteria.
  • Hybrid Cloud: Some workloads necessitate a mix of public and private cloud environments. Our cloud experts will help you design and implement a custom hybrid cloud hosting system to suit your specific needs.