Public or private, with Stratosphere Networks cloud services there is no hardware required. Our staff allows companies to tailor their technology to their specific needs. While each is both secure and easily scalable, there are certainly several differences.
The public cloud is open to any user with a credit card – allowing them to have instantaneous access to data and application resources. A private cloud on the other hand is an infrastructure that can be managed internally or a single organization such as a service provider.
Anyone can access the public cloud to store data whereas only specific users of an organization would have access to a private cloud for data, application, info and backup.
The public cloud is a cheap, quick and easy to use hosting infrastructure, but performance may be unpredictable at times. It is up to companies if they prefer the cheap, quick and easy to use public cloud hosting infrastructure or if they want to own a more secure, private cloud specific for their own uses. A private cloud may be more desirable for larger enterprises that would like to work seamlessly between offices as they can easily share information and resources through virtualization.
While there are pros and cons for both public and private clouds, Stratosphere Networks provides both. Enabling your company to keep up with the complex technology upgrades your industry demands, the Stratosphere team will consult you on the broad array of cloud services and solutions.