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Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud: What's the difference?

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Trying to understand the cloud hosting landscape can be a nightmare. The internet is full of blog posts, whitepapers, eBooks, and marketing sites about cloud tools and services. This makes it hard to figure out where to begin. As an enterprise software developer or development manager, understanding the environment your applications will be deployed in is critical, because it can impact everything from the tools and libraries you use to your application’s architecture.

To help cut through the noise, we’ll start at a high level and examine three major categories of cloud services: public, private, and hybrid. We’ll look at what each one is, what the differences are, and how they vary from the perspective of application development and deployment.

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