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Virtual Private Community cloud (VPCC) and Virtual Private Government Community Cloud (VPGCC)
As I am observing that IBM is mastering the art of setting up VPC , would like to suggest few more models to serve larger group and get benefitted. The models are,
Virtual Private Community Cloud (VPCC)
For e.g. Consider Reserve Bank of India who is the governing authority and managing the Payment System and other Banking Aspects can build a community cloud, serving the involved Banks. As most of the Banks have Live and DR setups in Mumbai and Chennai it will be easy for IBM as well
As RBI is the dictating authority, it will be easy for IBM to co-ordinate
The community cloud can be set with the Security and Regulation requested by the community
Virtual Private Government Community Cloud (VPGCC)
As government of India is going digital, the Department of each of the ministries and the respective state ministries can be brought under the community umbrella
The security and regulation aspects can be applied on the community cloud (it will be uniform across the government organizations)
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