Exploring the Diverse Landscape of Cloud Computing: Different Types of Cloud

Public Cloud

Private Cloud

In contrast to public clouds, private cloud computing involves dedicated infrastructure and resources that are exclusively used by a single organization. Private clouds can be hosted on-premises within an organization’s data center or provided by a third-party service provider. This model offers greater control, customization, and security, making it suitable for industries with strict compliance requirements, such as healthcare, finance, and government. Private clouds provide organizations with the flexibility to tailor resources to their specific needs while maintaining data sovereignty and privacy.

Hybrid Cloud


Community Cloud