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Does resiliency in built within private cloud?

By ravi.ceh ·
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When we refer to private cloud, does the components as part of the IT infrastructure are built with redundancy, durability and availability leading to resilient infra. Am I correct on the above statement. example in case of Banking.
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Depends on capabilities

by muhammadali1 In reply to Does resiliency in built ...

Hi,
I think that it all actually depends upon the services that you are getting. If they are no more than a traditional datacenter then I wouldn't say that your argument is true. Its the services themselves which make your infrastructure resilient.
Now, to learn more about those capabilities, this article might come handy for you: https://www.communicationsquare.com/news/cloud-computing-stepping-stone-towards-digital-transformation/

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Resiliency in built within private cloud

by quangtran1007 In reply to Does resiliency in built ...

Hello ~!

With my opinion, all depends on the packet of service that you register. If you get one service have included that component, you think is correct.
So when you register one service, you should double check that component include in your services or not.

Besides, you can use monitoring cloud tool to validate the availability of your cloud services. You can recommend you some monitoring tool which I know such as Nagios, Datadog, and LogCenterCloud …

I wish this information useful to you.
Have a nice day

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