A company owns servers for a particular corporate application. The servers are housed in an external data center. The company has an agreement with a cloud provider to spin up additional servers for the same application during peak usage. Which cloud model is the company using?
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A private cloud is a cloud-based service where the company manages the devices or applications within the cloud. They are just located away from the business at a provider site. If a company is using a public cloud, a provider manages the devices or the applications or both for the company. A hybrid cloud is a combination of two types of clouds, and a common practice is a private and public cloud combination.