What differentiates a private cloud from a vSphere Infrastructure?

What differentiates a private cloud from a vSphere Infrastructure?

A.
A private cloud requires pooled resources including storage and networking.

B.
vSphere Infrastructure assumes a secure location for the workloads.

C.
vSphere Infrastructure allows consumption of resources over open standards.

D.
A private cloud assumes the consumer will maintain their portion of the infrastructure.

4 Comments on “What differentiates a private cloud from a vSphere Infrastructure?

  1. CiscoJedi says:

    Am I the only one that finds questions like these incredibly annoying and inappropriate? Why VMware? WHY?! This is too subjective a question. If you ask different directors and/or CIOs, I guarantee most of them will define Private Cloud as D: maintained by them “the customer.”

  2. Bozo says:

    This confuse question allow you to loose your time while are doing the test.

    All the guys that made this question and the supervisors who care/responsible about VCP certification should me moved to first line of support for fusion and other related products inside VMware.


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