Exploring Cloud Computing Deployment Models


There are many different ways to deploy cloud computing. The deployment model that’s right for you depends on your needs and preferences. Let’s take a look at four of the most common deployment models: public, private, hybrid, and unicloud (where everything is in one place).

Public Cloud

Public cloud is a type of cloud computing in which shared resources, applications, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand. It is a type of multi-tenant environment where the physical hardware and software is owned by the service provider. The public cloud model offers advantages over traditional software distribution models such as shrink-wrapped software packages or local application servers: access to more powerful computers at lower cost; higher flexibility; greater system security; automatic upgrades for bug fixes or improvements; increased reliability through redundancy.[1]

Private Cloud

Private cloud is a cloud infrastructure that is only accessible to a single organization. It can be managed by in-house IT personnel, and it’s the most secure option because it has no external interfaces or interconnections. Private clouds also typically offer better performance than public ones, since they don’t have as many users competing for resources on the same servers.

Private clouds are often referred to as “intranet clouds” because they’re designed to be used within an organization’s internal networks–but there’s no reason why you couldn’t build one using public cloud services like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure if you wanted to!

Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud is a mixture of public and private cloud. It’s the best option for companies that need the flexibility to choose their own vendors and services, but still want the benefits of some centralization.

Hybrid cloud is more cost effective than either pure public or private clouds because it allows you to use what you need when you need it. If your business needs more resources than its local infrastructure could provide, then it can tap into on-demand resources in a public cloud like Amazon Web Services (AWS). When those extra resources aren’t needed anymore, they can be shut down without having any impact on other parts of your system–and saving money!


Unicloud is a single-vendor cloud computing solution that provides you with the ability to build, manage and scale your applications across multiple public clouds. It is also available as a private cloud or hybrid environment.

  • Unicloud is built on top of open source technologies such as Kubernetes for container orchestration, OpenStack for networking and storage management, Ceph for object storage, Docker Swarm for container management and Apache Mesos/Marathon for job scheduling (core components).

The cloud computing deployment model you use depends on your needs and preferences.

The cloud computing deployment model you use depends on your needs and preferences. There are many different cloud computing deployment models, so you should choose the one that works best for you. You need to understand what each model offers, as well as how it will affect your business.


We hope this guide has helped you understand the basic differences between cloud computing deployment models. As with any technology, it’s important to do your research before making any major decisions about which one works best for your organization.

Herbert Pourvase

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