Company: Silver Peak
Category: Cloud computing
Published: March 2011
Cloud services can be delivered across two types of cloud environments. In a “private cloud”, access is restricted to specific users (e.g. via a Virtual Private Network). In a “public cloud”, the hosted service is available to anyone. Both private and public clouds perform in a similar fashion as they are equally susceptible to the same bandwidth, latency, and quality issues.
However, it is more difficult to deploy WAN optimisation in environments where both ends of the link are not owned by a single entity, as is often the case in public cloud environments. In a private cloud environment it is common for a single entity to “own” both ends of the WAN link, making it easier to deploy existing WAN optimisation solutions in these environments.
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