Microsoft Private Cloud

What Does Microsoft Private Cloud Mean?

Microsoft Private Cloud (MS Private Cloud) is a private cloud software platform by Microsoft. MS Private Cloud facilitates dedicated Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions, including enterprise application (EA) management, hardware and virtualization platform interoperability and resource pool allocation for hosted cloud solution tenants, while providing comprehensive scalability and run time flexibility.


Techopedia Explains Microsoft Private Cloud

MS Private Cloud is built on Windows Server 2008 R2 and System Center with the Hyper–V cloud component. Windows System Center is used for the overall management of application-specific constraints related to performance. MS Private Cloud also provides in-house EA hosting or easy deployment with private cloud management features on the Windows Azure platform.


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