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64 FEATURE STORY A PRACTICAL PATH TO A e right tools and a prudent funding plan smooth the migration from traditional data centers to cloud IT services. PRIVATE CLOUD rivate clouds have long seemed a sure bet among the growing cloud options. After all, security concerns and other factors have often given IT managers pause over public clouds. Conventional wisdom holds that private clouds are easier to embrace because they're managed by the in-house IT staff. e organization does not need to share servers, databases, storage resources or applications with other users in a multitenant architecture. Just such reasoning led one Gartner analyst to dub 2012 "the year that private cloud moves from market hype to many pilot and mainstream deployments." On one hand, he nailed the prediction. TechTarget's Data Center and Readers Choice Survey 2013 found that 15.5 percent P