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Why You Need An OpenStack Powered Private Cloud To Save The Day

Mohammed NaserMohammed Naser

If you're looking for a secure, reliable and cost-effective way to utilize open source technology, then an OpenStack private cloud may save the day.

Can an OpenStack powered private cloud save the day? In an uncertain world, it's important to have some form of certainty. If you're looking for a secure, reliable and cost-effective way to utilize open source technology, then an OpenStack powered private cloud may be exactly what you're looking for. Whether you're looking for a hosted fully managed private cloud so you can focus on other needs within your business. Or you're looking to go the extra mile and invest in an on-premise private cloud for the ultimate control over your cloud. A private cloud is here to change the way you do business.

We're here to argue that OpenStack is the hero that you need in a private cloud-driven world. Don't believe us? We've compiled 4 reasons why an OpenStack private cloud is here to save the day. No superman required.

Reason #1: Cost

Firstly, whether you're a large business or small enterprise at the end of the day cost plays a factor in all IT decisions. Moreover, a public cloud environment may be suitable for companies with smaller workloads but if your business is working with copious amounts of sensitive data then a private cloud solution is the better choice. Often, businesses who opt for a public cloud find themselves paying for high traffic workloads. Instead, by opting for a private cloud you're able to benefit from intensive workloads and ultimately save money for your business or enterprise. A better return on investment always saves the budget and the day.

Reason #2: Availability

Secondly, with a private cloud, it doesn't matter where you are in the world. As long as you have an internet connection you have the ability to build your open-source cloud. Operational tools and processes for private clouds support high availability, no matter where you are. Moreover, when it comes time for maintenance or upgrades, with an OpenStack powered private cloud it's possible to benefit from new features all the while experiencing little to no downtime.

Reason #3: Compliance

It should go without saying, if your business is in a highly regulated industry that features strict compliance requirements then an OpenStack private cloud is your best option. If we take a look at the financial industry for example, it's crucial that confidential banking information remains private. It could be catastrophic for a financial institution to have a data breach. Furthermore, certain areas of the world have stricter data compliance procedures such as Canada or Europe. It's important that your private cloud adheres to strict guidelines.

Reason #4: Unique Business Requirements

Lastly, if your business features any unique requirements they might not be available in a public cloud. A private cloud solution is here to save the day. A cloud provider can help provide consulting services or even full management of your private cloud if your requirements are truly one of a kind. With the right cloud vendor on your side, it's possible to make a strong OpenStack powered cloud solution that benefits your business in the short and long term. Our data privacy is compliant even under the most rigorous requirements. We at VEXXHOST have deployments in Canada, Europe and Asia.

Why OpenStack Powered Private Cloud

The idea of upgrading to an OpenStack powered private cloud shouldn't feel like kryptonite. Let the experts at VEXXHOST consult and guide you through the process. We offer consulting services and fully managed private cloud solutions to suit any size business in any industry. Contact us today to learn more.

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