Just starting the Az-900 course, and Mike is talking about Cloud deployment models. The on-premise model sounds like the traditional on-site hardware of maintaining a network. What is the difference?
Difference between On Premise cloud vs Public cloud
An on-premises cloud network is very similar to traditional on-site network. It is really about how access is provided.
In the "traditional" enterprise environment, resources are located on-site. Users can access the resources when connected to the work network. They might be physically connected at work, or maybe a VPN connection when remote. They could also be accessing resources using remote desktop to connect to a machine that is connected to the work network.
With the on-premises cloud model, the access model is more like public cloud. Resources are still located on-premises, but users access the resources via the internet. Users can access resources from anywhere, as long as they have an internet connection. There is no need to connect to the work network first.
Thank you Mike