Private clouds - Yenra

Underwater Data Center
Underwater Data Center: Picture an underwater scene with a futuristic data center nestled on the ocean floor, symbolizing a private cloud network. Colorful coral reefs around it represent different network nodes, and schools of fish (data packets) are swimming in and out of the center, illustrating data exchange.

A private cloud is a cloud computing model that provides dedicated hardware and software resources for a single organization, typically hosted on their premises or a third-party data center. Some key characteristics of a private cloud include:

A private cloud gives an organization the flexibility and scalability benefits of cloud computing, while retaining tighter control and security over systems and data by not sharing resources with other organizations. It operates within their own IT environment.

On December 7, 2009, Savvis and Cisco announced an expanded relationship focused on the development of private clouds for the enterprise. Savvis will integrate the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) as the cornerstone of Savvis Symphony, Savvis' next-generation private clouds platform, previously dubbed Project Spirit, that will power the industry's first enterprise-class Virtual Private Data Center (VPDC) with multi-tiered security and quality of service capabilities. Cisco UCS unites computational, network, storage access, and virtualization into a scalable, modular architecture that is managed as a single system.