- Cost savings – By moving workloads to a managed virtual private cloud, you avoid paying for hardware and software licenses, maintenance fees, and support contracts. Instead, you pay for what you use.
- Scalability – With a virtual private cloud, you can scale up or down capacity quickly and easily. You don't need to worry about buying additional servers or upgrading existing ones.
- Flexibility – When you move workloads to a virtual private cloud, it allows you to change how much storage space, processing power, and bandwidth you want to allocate to each application.
- Security – Because a virtual private cloud provides a dedicated network connection, it offers greater protection against cyber attacks. In addition, because it runs on a separate set of servers, it doesn't affect performance.
A Managed Virtual Private Cloud might be a great option to avoid spending too much upfront capital on building your own IT infrastructure. Instead, you can simply move everything into a VPC environment if you already have existing equipment, such as servers, storage, network gear, and even desktops. This has many benefits, including cost savings, improved efficiency, and increased flexibility.
You can run virtually any application inside the provider's cloud environment, whether it's hosted on-premises or in the cloud. Launching an app connects directly to the provider's cloud infrastructure rather than connecting to your local computer. All communication with the provider's cloud happens behind the scenes.