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Private Cloud

What is a Private Cloud?

Private cloud refers to a particular model of cloud computing where IT services are provisioned over a secure private cloud infrastructure for the dedicated use of a single organization.

As with other cloud models, private clouds will provide computing power as a service within a virtualized environment using an underlying pool of physical computing resource. However, under the private cloud model, the cloud (the pool of resource) is only accessible by a single organization, therefore providing that organization with greater control and privacy.

What are the benefits?

  • Security – Because private clouds are dedicated to a single organization, the hardware, data storage and network can be designed to assure high levels of security that cannot be accessed by other clients in the same data center.
  • Compliance – Sarbanes Oxley, PCI and HIPAA compliance can be delivered through a virtual private cloud or fully private cloud deployment, because the necessary hardware, data storage, and network configurations are dedicated to a single client.
  • Customizable – Hardware performance, network performance and storage performance can be specified and customized in the private cloud.
  • Hybrid Deployments – If a dedicated server is required to run a high-speed database application, that hardware can be integrated into a private cloud, in effect, hybridizing the solution between virtual servers and dedicated servers. This can’t be achieved solely in a public cloud.

200 MB

Download Speed

200 MB

Upload Speed

256-bit 

AES Data Encryption

What’s “So Great” about the Allareo Cloud?

Data centers in both Portland and Eugene, OR

No Fee for Client Data Export

Generators to cover power outages

Web filtering is included

Data is backed up locally and to each other data center

We specialize in small business accounting software like QuickBooks and related accounting integrations

What is a Public Cloud?

Public clouds such as Amazon EC2 and Microsoft Azure have a number of benefits:

  • Utility Model – Public clouds typically deliver a pay-as-you-go model, where you pay by the hour for the compute resources you use. This is an economical way to go if you’re spinning up and tearing down development servers on a regular basis.
  • No Contracts – Along with the utility model, you’re only paying by the hour – if you want to shut down your server after only 2 hours of use, there is no contract requiring your ongoing use of the server.
  • Shared Hardware – Because the public cloud is by definition a multi-tenant environment, your server shares the same hardware, storage and network devices as the other tenants in the cloud.
  • Self Managed – With the pay-as-you-go utility model, self-managed systems are required for this business model to make sense. There is an advantage here for the technical buyers that like to setup and manage the details of their servers, but a disadvantage for those that want a fully managed solution.
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