Public Cloud is the preferred option when your organisation requires standard and simple access to your Server (or servers), resources or cloud solution at a more cost sensitive scenario or for non-critical applications that can be public facing such as blogs, corporate websites, ecommerce shops to game servers, and complex hosting environments. Our Kloud can accommodate public facing applications through our highly resilient and geographically diverse environment. Another reason for considering a Public Cloud would be if you were concerned about the increasing number of malicious attacks against your corporate network and want to mitigate this risk by offloading public facing applications to a third party provider? Choose Our Kloud to provide this piece of mind.


  • Ultimate scalability

    Cloud resources are available on demand from the public clouds' vast pools of resource so that the applications that run on them can respond seamlessly to fluctuations in activity

  • Cost effective

    Public clouds bring together greater levels of resource and so can benefit from the largest economies of scale. The centralised operation and management of the underlying resources is shared across all of the subsequent cloud services whilst components, such as servers, require less bespoke configuration. Some mass market propositions can even be free to the client, relying on advertising for their revenue.

  • Reliability

    The sheer number of servers and networks involved in creating a public cloud and the redundancy configurations mean that should one physical component fail, the cloud service would still run unaffected on the remaining components. In some cases, where clouds draw resource from multiple data centres, an entire data centre could go offline and individual cloud services would suffer no ill effect. There is, in other words, no single point of failure which would make a public cloud service vulnerable

  • Utility style costing

    Public cloud services often employ a pay-as-you-go charging model whereby the consumer will be able to access the resource they need, when they need it, and then only pay for what they use; therefore avoiding wasted capacity

  • Flexibility

    There are a myriad of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS services available on the market which follow the public cloud model and that are ready to be accessed as a service from any internet enabled device. These services can fulfil most computing requirements and can deliver their benefits to private and enterprise clients alike. Businesses can even integrate their public cloud services with private clouds, where they need to perform sensitive business functions, to create hybrid clouds

  • Location independence

    The availability of public cloud services through an internet connection ensures that the services are available wherever the client is located. This provides invaluable opportunities to enterprise such as remote access to IT infrastructure (in case of emergencies etc) or online document collaboration from multiple locations

How to connect to your Public Cloud

How to connect to your Public Cloud

Cloud Solutions Diagram

Depending on your requirements, Our Kloud can provide you a Public Cloud Solution, a Private Cloud Solution or a Hybrid Solution being a mixture of both Private and Public Cloud.

Cloud Solutions Diagram

Public VS Private Cloud Solutions

Public VS Private Cloud Solutions

Public clouds are used extensively in offerings for private individuals who are less likely to need the level of infrastructure and security offered by private clouds. However, enterprise can still utilise public clouds to make their operations significantly more efficient, for example, with the storage of non-sensitive content, online document collaboration and webmail.

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