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Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services such as servers, storage, networking, software, databases and much more, over the internet. Typically, these services can be availed on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ basis.
As contrasted with organizations having to create and own their own data center and other computing infrastructure, the cloud model allows for hiring access to compute, storage, database and other components from a cloud service provider.
Cost: Cloud eliminates the capital expenditure associated with procuring the infrastructure, setting up and running on-premise data centers. Since cloud services are available on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ model, the expenditure is more manageable since a huge up-front investment is not required and only operating expenses are incurred.
Flexibility: The cloud offers the flexibility desired by businesses whose computing needs keep changing. It is easy to scale up and scale down the capacity and this agility gives organizations an edge in terms of balancing availability, performance and expense
Ubiquitous Access: Cloud services can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection
Reliability: Cloud services are quite reliable and offer high ‘uptimes’ thereby offering a dependable platform for organizations to deploy their business critical applications
Manageability: Cloud Services are generally equipped with simplified and enhanced management and maintenance capabilities, with basic web based management interfaces
Security: The security of data may be improved owing to the centralization of the data and increased security focused resources deployed by cloud service providers
Automated Updates: Cloud service providers perform the routine and ongoing maintenance and operating system software update tasks thereby relieving user organizations of this concern
Cloud services are commonly available in three models - IaaS, PaaS & SaaS
IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service – This model offers computing resources such as servers, storage & networking on the cloud and organizations install and manage their operating systems and own enterprise applications
PaaS: Platform as a Service – This is a cloud computing model which provides organizations with both the computing resources and the platform components such as the operating systems, system software. Organizations have to install, monitor and manage their applications on the cloud
SaaS: Software as a Service: This model provides software applications via a subscription model and users are not required to install, manage or upgrade software on their local devices. Rather the applications reside on and are served from the cloud. Basically, this model provides the computing infrastructure, the platform and the applications on the cloud.
Precision has the necessary expertise and experience to assist your transition to the cloud, be it an IaaS model or a PaaS model that you need.
Precision has established strategic relationships with Microsoft & Amazon Web Services and has the necessary certified skills that are required to understand your requirements, architect the optimum solution and subsequently help you orchestrate and manage your cloud infrastructure.