Cloud Computing

Simply put, cloud computing is the delivery of computing services—including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence—over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies of scale. You typically pay only for cloud services you use, helping you lower your operating costs, run your infrastructure more efficiently, and scale as your business needs change.


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Private Cloud


Get the agility, scalability, and efficiency of the public cloud, with the greater levels of control and security of a single-tenant, dedicated environment. It can be hosted on-site at your own data center or at a service provider’s data center. In addition, private clouds deliver a higher level of security and privacy through both company firewalls and internal hosting to ensure operations and sensitive data are not accessible to third-party providers.

How Can Private Cloud Help Your Business?

Security

Businesses can have a reduction by 17 percent on average on their IT costs when they connect on-site resources to the cloud components.

This is done by pairing your business’ cost-patterns to their revenue-patterns. Public clouds are the most affordable of all types and by including them in your setup, you can surely reduce on your expenses.

Customization

It combines on-premises servers, private cloud and public cloud to achieve a seamless platform.

It lowers trade-offs, breaks up the technical hindrances to attain optimal benefit and better performance from every component, which in turn, enables businesses to concentrate on their goals.

Performance

Of the four types of location-based cloud computing, the public cloud may be vulnerable to different attacks.

But with hybrid cloud computing, you can actually address issues on compliance and security, thereby, ensuring that your customer transactions are secure.


Public Cloud


A public cloud is a platform that uses the standard cloud computing model to make resources, such as virtual machines (VMs), applications or storage, available to users remotely. 

Why Public Cloud?

Power

Unleash the power of cloud hosting with native SSDs, a 40Gbps network, fast processing, and more.

Server Up-Time

Once your server’s up, keep it up. We guarantee a 99.9% uptime for server availability.

Many Tools

With a powerful API, deployment StackScripts, and CLI you’ll have the right tools whenever you need them.


Hybrid Cloud


Hybrid cloud computing is a combination of using both the public and private clouds.

The hybrid cloud computing is best for businesses that offer products and services. These businesses use private cloud computing for storing or retrieving data exclusive to employees and officers. In interacting with their customers, these businesses use the public cloud to store or retrieve the information. The following are just a few of the many benefits of using hybrid cloud computing.

How Can I Benefit From Hybrid Cloud?

Cost-Efficient

Businesses can have a reduction by 17 percent on average on their IT costs when they connect on-site resources to the cloud components.

This is done by pairing your business’ cost-patterns to their revenue-patterns. Public clouds are the most affordable of all types and by including them in your setup, you can surely reduce on your expenses.

Suitability

It combines on-premises servers, private cloud and public cloud to achieve a seamless platform.

It lowers trade-offs, breaks up the technical hindrances to attain optimal benefit and better performance from every component, which in turn, enables businesses to concentrate on their goals.

Enhanced Security

Of the four types of location-based cloud computing, the public cloud may be vulnerable to different attacks.

But with hybrid cloud computing, you can actually address issues on compliance and security, thereby, ensuring that your customer transactions are secure.

Innovation-friendly

Hybrid cloud computing makes your business future-proof. This means that your business operation will never be obsolete or get left behind from innovation.

This is because with hybrid cloud computing, you can conduct tests for new technologies and capabilities and reach out to customers without shelling out much.


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