What is Virtual Private Cloud Scales?
The term virtual private cloud scale can be defined as an on demand configurable pool of shared computing resources allocated in a multi- tenant architecture. It is a hybrid model of cloud computing in which a public cloud provider isolates a particular instance of their public cloud infrastructure, provisioned for private use. In this architecture, the computing infrastructure is managed by a public cloud vendor, however, the computing resources allocated to a VPC are not shared with any other customer.
A virtual private cloud was introduced specifically for those customers who are interested in taking the advantage of cloud computing, but have certain concerns about data privacy, security, loss of control over data. In response to this evolving need, many public cloud vendors created a VPC offering as a part of a vendor’s public infrastructure, but having dedicated cloud servers, cloud storage, virtual networks and private ID addresses, reserved for a VPC customer.