According to readers of The Register, Private Cloud is creeping towards being a central plank of IT with more than 30% of them estimating their IT will be based on such a dynamic infrastructure within the next three years. This isn’t a project that can be done at server level in isolation of course. Rather, it’s a project that …
So what is the definition of Private Cloud versus Virtualised Infrastructure for a Company.... Pah!
Private Cloud == Local Network Server Farm!
Errr... No. A private cloud is the ability to move workload round a series of otherwise functionally identical computers. As the OP says, it could well be seen as just a VMware farm with v-motion, or the hyperv equivalent, but you need the ability to move workload, preferably automatically.
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