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Virtual Private Cloud vs. Private Cloud: What’s the Difference?
In the 20 years since VMware’s inception and the introduction of virtualization, cloud in all its iterations has become the foundation of enterprise IT. In this blink of an eye, cloud hosting was born and has evolved, giving enterprises lots of flavors and options. In parallel, enterprise use cases have become more nuanced and advanced. It seemed a good time, therefore, to look once more at the choices of virtual private cloud vs. private cloud for SAP landscapes. Let’s do a quick recap on the definitions of public, private and virtual private clouds. Public cloud is a public, hyperscale, multi-tenant platform where computing services can be reserved or rented on demand. These resources are available globally over the internet and allow customers to provision and scale services instantly without the time and CAPEX associated with purchasing dedicated infrastructure. The major providers are Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. All of these service providers offer infrastructure that is certified to run SAP.
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