ISOCKET Cloud Computing Solution
What is Cloud Computing?<
Cloud computing is a combination of software and computing delivered as a service. It provides a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources. Pooling these resources allows businesses and organizations rapidly to provide staff with access to the applications, infrastructure, or platforms they need to perform their jobs effectively. Moreover, the resources can be accessed via a simple front-end interface, such as a Web browser, and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. The term cloud simply paints a picture of how various IT needs can be served up to users and networks in a virtualized manner.
How Will ISOCKET Cloud Computing Benefits Your Business?
ISOCKET Cloud Computing solution can help your company achieve multiple benefits, including:
- Reduced hardware, software, maintenance, and management costs
- Rapid provisioning of resources and on-the-fly scalability
- More efficient use of limited IT staff
- Increased employee productivity
How Your Business Can Embrace ISOCKET Cloud Computing?
When considering a cloud computing solution, it's important to consider the following questions:
- What IT resources are required for your employees to remain effective and efficient?
- How quickly is your company currently able to scale those identified IT resources-whether software, platforms, or infrastructure?
- What is the total cost to your company of provisioning and maintaining IT resources?
- Which needed IT resources could be pooled for greater efficiency and cost savings?
- What deployment model would provide the best fit for your company's specific needs?
What Comprises of ISOCKET Cloud Computing?
ISOCKET Cloud Computing solution comprises of two specific models which are;
(i) Service Models
(ii) Deployment Models;<
In order to deliver needed IT resources in the most efficient manner possible.
There are three basic cloud computing service models. These models can be deployed separately or in combination:
- Software as a Service (SaaS) - An increasing number and diversity of software applications are now available to businesses and organizations by accessing a cloud hosted on a service provider's infrastructure.
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - IaaS enables businesses and organizations to obtain needed IT infrastructure from a cloud services provider-often via a self-service catalog-rather than deploying new data center equipment. The cloud services provider manages the infrastructure, including scaling up or down as needed. Examples include remote backup solutions and on-demand platforms based on technologies such as VMware.
- Platform as a Service (Paas) - PaaS caters to software developers, offering up the entire computing platform and solutions stack needed to create and support an application. PaaS allows companies to deploy acquired or custom applications without incurring a range of upfront and ongoing costs associated with the underlying infrastructure, including provisioning, maintenance, and management.
Businesses have four distinct choices when it comes to deploying cloud computing services:
- Public Cloud: Offers cloud infrastructure for use on a self-service, on-demand basis via a service provider. While public cloud computing allows an organization to avoid many infrastructure expenses, it's important to plan for other associated cost areas tied to a deployment, such as vendor management processes, capacity planning, chargeback systems, incident management, and service level agreements (SLAs).
- Private Cloud: Builds the concept of self-service, on-demand into an organization's own data center or, alternatively, offers it exclusively to a business via a service provider. Organizations may build a private cloud as an evolutionary step so that an IT services management (ITSM) framework will already be in place in the event of a future move to a public cloud.
- Community Cloud: Provides an opportunity for multiple organizations with similar needs or interests to share infrastructure. A community cloud option doesn't provide the full cost benefits of a public cloud, but it can allow organizations to more readily facilitate requirements for higher levels of privacy, security and compliance. Similar to a private cloud, a community cloud can reside within an organization's data center or at an external site.
- Hybrid Cloud: allows businesses and organizations to mix and match public, private, and community cloud solution options to meet more complex needs.
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