Many businesses lack the skills, resources, or time to select and build a private cloud infrastructure, or to do so successfully. In fact, a recent poll taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference showed that 95 percent of respondents identified problems with their private cloud deployments that had to do with failures to transform culture, process, organizations or business models, or the private clouds were focused on delivering the wrong kinds of services*.
The Cisco Quickstart Private Cloud solution is a user-owned and managed self-service infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platform that comes preconfigured and ready to go in 30 days. Together with our partners, we set up the platform, perform user testing, and deliver an operations portal with a collection of service templates. The Cisco Quickstart Private Cloud solution includes a prevalidated computing, storage, and network infrastructure that's hybrid cloud ready, expandable, and extensible to meet future business outcomes.
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Together with our partners, we are creating a new approach to cloud by connecting private, public, and hybrid clouds into the Intercloud, a globally-connected network of clouds, to drive business value with differentiated solutions. Cisco Quickstart Private Cloud is a turnkey, Intercloud-ready, and private-cloud solution for users who need to deliver cloud services flexibly, quickly, and with self-service capabilities.
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*Gartner, Internal Private Cloud Is Not for Most Mainstream Enterprise, Thomas J. Bittman, 22 May 2015