The public cloud depends on computing resources from an external hosting provider, which may be shared with their other clients. Private cloud resources are hosted only on your own premises, so they're inherently more secure. You choose the firewalls, server hardware, storage systems, network routers and switches, and pick your cloud computing software too.
IBM Cloud Private allows companies to create cloud environment behind their firewalls to maintain control of data and workloads while gaining the agility to quickly launch and update apps. At the same time, IBM Cloud Private is built on Kubernetes-based container architecture to allow seamless migration of workloads to public clouds as needs change.
See how IBM Cloud Private helped Coda General securely build next-gen apps. (YouTube, 02:37)