However, it is imperative to note that, despite the benefits of an on-premise cloud, managed public cloud offers many advantages, which are often difficult to find in on-premises clouds.
Managed Public Cloud Management, as the name implies, managed cloud administration and management involve the management of a managed cloud, which can be defined as a cloud service that has been deployed on a managed infrastructure. Managed cloud is based on open-source tools that allow you to deploy and manage your on-premises resources. Cloud management is especially helpful for those who want to build and manage their own cloud, but who do not have the time to do so on a large scale.
Cloud Security. Because managed clouds provide security on a private, managed platform, it is possible to reduce the risk of data loss, which can be a significant problem when you have an on-premises infrastructure. Also, cloud security provides an extra layer of protection to your on-premises assets by requiring that data is encrypted before it is sent from your on-premises servers to your cloud servers. On-premises security does not provide these capabilities.
Cost Management. With an on-premises cloud, you must pay for its own infrastructure, which can run into the thousands of dollars per month. By deploying your own shadow, you will only pay for the resources that you need at any given time, rather than paying for resources that you never use. This means that your costs can be reduced by up to 75%, as you do not need to cover all the values of the infrastructure that is used to host your cloud service.
Cost efficiency. Another significant advantage of using a managed cloud is that you can get access to highly skilled and experienced engineers, which makes managing your cloud much easier and faster. You can also enjoy the same level of control over your on-premises cloud resources that you have over your on-premises resources.
Flexibility. One of the biggest problems with on-premises clouds is that you cannot choose how you want your cloud infrastructure to behave. With an on-premises cloud, you can decide how your cloud will run and what type of software or hardware you want to run on it. You can also control how your servers work, depending on your requirements.