What is a Private Cloud?
In cloud computing, private cloud refers to an internal or corporate cloud in which a business stores data and manages workloads. It delivers similar benefits as a public cloud, such as self-service, demand management and scalability, but is controlled and managed internally rather than by a third party. Public clouds, generally managed by Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Public Cloud, deliver services to a multitude of business and organizations.
See DataGuard in Action
Our customers use DataGuard to develop a complete understanding of:
- What data they have
- Where it is located
- Who and what is entitled to it
- How it is secured
- In what manner it has been accessed