Scalable cloud hosting solutions with unique value propositions for 2022There lies a definite business need to move from the traditional, in-premises software that reside o...
There lies a definite business need to move from the traditional, in-premises software that reside on the individual machines, to the cloud, or internet. The next-generation cloud computing solutions are designed to help employees collaborate from everywhere and anywhere, through mobile devices. Business users and organizational professionals can access the software they need anytime and from any part of the world, many of which may even be hosted on the cloud by third-party vendors.
Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services including servers, storage, databases, and software over the internet. This allows for faster innovation, flexibility of scale, and economies of scale for a business. The user only has to pay for the cloud services they use, helping them lower their operating costs, and run the infrastructure more efficiently.
Before moving to a cloud computing software, you need to determine which type of cloud computing would be the right solution for you. There are three different ways to deploy cloud services, viz.
These are owned and operated by a third-party service provider that delivers computing resources like servers and storage over the internet. Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Microsoft Azure are examples of public clouds. All hardware, software, infrastructure and maintenance are owned and managed by the service provider.
You will have exclusive access to cloud computing resources provided by a single organization. A private cloud can be physically located on the company’s onsite data center. Some companies also pay third-party service providers to host their private cloud.
It combines the features of both private and public clouds, bound together by technology that allows data and applications to be shared between them. Hybrid cloud allows for data and applications to move between public and private clouds, thus providing greater flexibility and more deployment options for businesses.
With cloud computing, businesses can benefit from the below:
Create cloud-native applications: Companies can take advantage of cloud-native technologies and approaches to quickly build, deploy and scale applications, such as containers, and DevOps, and API-driven communication.
Deliver software on-demand: Also known as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), cloud computing lets companies gain access to the latest software versions and updates around the customers, as and when required.
Store, backup and recover data: Cloud provides companies with the advantage of moving data to an offsite cloud storage which is protected cost-effectively, and can be scaled up as well as per need.
Analytics: Cloud computing allows businesses to unify data across teams and locations in the cloud. They can use cloud services such as machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to uncover insights.
Types of cloud services
This most familiar form of cloud services helps in managing software and its deployment by third-party services. The provider hosts and manages the cloud, software applications, underlying infrastructure, and deals with maintenance issues, such as software upgrades and security patching.
The solution is built on top of virtualization technology. The cloud computing solution is designed for the developers to help them quickly create web and mobile apps, without worrying about the underlying infrastructure of servers and storage.
This is the most basic type of cloud computing service available to companies. You gain access to highly scalable and automated computer resources with cloud storage and network capability. You rent IT infrastructure, servers and virtual machines (VMs), storage and operating systems, from the cloud provider, on a pay-as-you-go basis.
The cloud computing solution focuses on building app functionality without spending time and effort in managing the servers and infrastructure. The cloud provider handles the setup, capacity planning, and server management issues. Serverless architecture is highly scalable and event-driven. Resources are used only when a specific function or trigger occurs.
The value proposition of cloud computing is too compelling. Cloud hosting has become the prevailing way by which companies are hosting their IT. As a leading cloud computing company, Flexsin Technologies can help you with all your requirements related to cloud computing solutions. Flexsin Technologies also provides co-location cloud services that enable our customers to host their business-critical servers, data, and applications, in a highly secure and power redundant environment.
With Flexsin cloud computing company’s solutions, you will benefit from:
- Best in class software-defined data center (SDDC) private cloud
- You gain the capability to extend SDDC to both private and public clouds
- Support for round-the-clock connectivity, management, and security