This video on “Public vs Private vs Hybrid Cloud” will help you understand the major differences between these different type of cloud. We will compare them on the following factors:
1. Use Case 00:39
2. Definition 01:37
3. Tenancy 03:14
4. Exposure to Public 04:28
5. Data Center Location 05:06
6. Cloud Service Providers 06:07
7. Hardware Components 06:46
8. Expenses 07:54
9. Companies using them 09:06
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