As you learned this week, a virtual private cloud (VPC) enables you to launch resources into a virtual network that you’ve configured and gives you full control over those resources. That provides a level of security over a public cloud when you need to control your resources and sensitive data over a virtual infrastructure. But VPCs also have drawbacks, including increased configuration complexity. You can decide between a VPC and a public cloud depending on the resources you want to host and how you want to control those resources. You may want to read the article “Do I Really Need a VPC?” and review the graphic before answering the questions below. Look ahead to this week’s “Design of a VPC” activity in AWS Academy Module 5: Networking and Content Delivery, where you will design a VPC. Address the following questions in your discussions. Be sure to answer all questions in your initial post and respond to two posts by your classmates. When would you recommend the use of a VPC, and when would you recommend a public cloud? What factors did you consider in your recommendation?