Public clouds are widely used methods to deploy cloud computing. Third-party cloud service providers operate and own the computing storage and networking resources and deliver them to users via the internet. Examples of public clouds would include Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365. With public cloud, all hardware, software, and other supporting infrastructure is the property of the cloud provider and shared with other businesses. This subscription-based model is similar to how electricity is meter-read and billed; you pay as you consume. MSP 365 offers cloud deployments to deliver several mission-critical applications and services.
You can also merge public clouds with private clouds to create a hybrid cloud. One other technological case that reinforces this model is that your company will take advantage of cloud bursting to clear more room and scale computing resources to the public cloud only when the demand for computing grows.
MSP 365 Reviews