What is Public Cloud?

A public cloud is a type of cloud in which a set of services are delivered to businesses or organizations by third-party providers via the Internet. Service providers offer resources such as applications, compute and storage through free or pay-per-usage models.

While public cloud offers the benefits of agility, cost efficiencies and simplified operations, privacy and security are still big concerns for many enterprises. As much as ever, enterprise IT leaders continue to require the power, control, security and peace of mind afforded by owning their own infrastructure. But to achieve digital transformation, data centers must deliver the benefits offered by the most innovative and compelling public cloud services. How to have both? All-Flash Cloud. 

 


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