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Question:

Your organization's security team advises that the firm use a private cloud vendor. They claim that there is a bigger security risk since public cloud suppliers put multiple customers' data and computing resources on a similar physical infrastructure. When evaluating multiple cloud models and vendors, what phrase does the security team use?

A Resource Pooling
Explaination

Resource Pooling is mentioned by the security team. Resource pooling is a technique used by cloud suppliers to increase efficiency and lower the cost of their infrastructure. Instead of buying a lot of tiny servers and offering clients access, they use massive servers to build infrastructure pools. Large servers are broken into smaller portions and assigned to clients based on their computing requirements via virtualization. This implies that in a public cloud, you will most likely have your own virtual resources, but those virtual resources will likely share physical resources with other cloud provider customers.