Vendors bill private cloud software as a way for IT to achieve the dynamism of cloud on existing infrastructure, without sacrificing control or subverting security. But others say that building a private cloud is misguided: it’s expensive and complex, and when you’re done, you’re still stuck maintaining your own infrastructure.
What do you think, is an internal private cloud more trouble than it’s worth?
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This was first published in February 2013