Admins can utilize cloud management tools to keep track of all forms of cloud (public, private, hybrid cloud environments) and cloud activities, from resource deployment to data integration.
Private Cloud – For several areas of business, private cloud systems can provide flexible storage capacity and computing power.
Public Cloud – Services are offered over a publicly accessible network. In this model, a private company owns the IT infrastructure (popular providers include Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft, and Oracle), and members of the public can purchase or lease data storage or computing capacity as needed.
Hybrid Cloud Environments – Are composed of a mix of public and private cloud services from various vendors. A hybrid cloud strategy gives businesses more flexibility by allowing them to move workloads between cloud platforms as their needs and costs change.