Has your Enterprise moved to CLOUD yet?

Before we bust the myths about Cloud computing and discuss further cloud strategy — let us understand the basics first.

Cloud computing or cloud services are basically services provided remotely for various use cases.

The services include storage, database, network, server, software, infrastructure, analytics, and much more.

It is where organizations rent a particular resource from a different company to use it remotely

This reduces the cost of infrastructure and helps the organizations improve quickly and gain steady profits.

In this blog post(with excerpts from #TGV50 [episode link in the first comment] ft. Pankaj Mishra), you will learn:

Myths of cloud computing

Adapting to cloud services helps you to save this capital and a lot of physical space as these centers require a separate room altogether. So how can we use the cloud in our business?

Let’s understand IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS with the help of an analogy.

Suppose you want to go from point A to B.

There are 4 ways you can do it.

The first option is to buy your own vehicle and use it. This is an example of a physical data center.

Earlier, it used to be quite a tedious task for setting up a data center for an organization. It included physical hardware, OS, virtual machines, and many more things. On top of that, many dedicated engineers to maintain this infrastructure were a necessity.

For a small to medium-sized company, In India, On average setting up a physical data center would cost 10–15 Lakh rupees.

Benefits of Cloud services:

And the list goes on…!

Thanks for reading.

We are sure your organization might already be using cloud services. Request you to share your views on cloud services and what kind of cloud strategy you recommend.

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