Until recently, cloud capacity was provided through large, centralized data centers. Today, however, a new generation of cloud-native applications is emerging in sectors such as manufacturing and energy, which, in many cases, are latency-sensitive. Traditional centralized cloud architectures will not be able to meet expectations in terms of quality of user experience for these applications. Cloud resources have to move closer to the edge of the network, sometimes on-premises, where content is both created and consumed.

 

Contents:

Management Summary

What Is On-Premises Public Cloud?

What Are the Main Benefits/Drawbacks of On-Premises Public Cloud?

How Does On-Premises Public Cloud Fit in the Overall IT Architecture?

On-Premises Public Cloud Solutions from the Main Providers

Main Use Cases

PAC’s Recommendations

  • Recommendations for IT providers
  • Recommendations for IT users

Authors