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Facts about Cloud Computing on Challenging the Networks

A Contributed Article by Deney Dentel, CEO at Nordisk Systems, Inc.

Cloud computing refers to the different concepts involving a large number of remote computers, devices, and other gadgets which are connected through a real time network of communication, usually the Internet. Information is shared through digital networks. Here are some Cloud Computing Facts that you may want to learn.

Regardless of their condition: Regardless of the size, or its overall condition, cloud computing is considered as the better option when it comes to running your business. When you need to use an app that is running in the cloud, all you have to do is to log in and start using it wherever you are, anytime you need to.

Public or as a Private Enterprise: There are typically two types of cloud computing enterprises. A private cloud enterprise is built by using resources from your data server virtualization. As a whole, you are left with total control. However, this also means that you have a huge responsibility to shoulder, including management overhead.

On the other hand, a public could enterprise relieves you with management burden; however you may need to sacrifice some control. Also, this type tends to be more risky especially if you are interested in using it for private enterprises as well as government organizations.

Infrastructure: Basically, there are some things that you need in order to complete a cloud computing infrastructure. First is transparency. This simply means that services are delivered smoothly regardless of the type of implementation. On the other hand, Scalability refers to the availability of mega data centers which contribute to an accurate solution to application delivery. Thus, you are able to downscale, or upscale your requirements when needed.

On-Demand Provisioning of Resources: One of cloud computing's unquestionable edge is the cloud's integration within the layer of virtualization. This is being used to support the concept of on-demand resource provisioning which offers elasticity in the modern and internet based applications and services.

Speed: Cloud computing is fast enough to provide you what you need quickly. Since the apps are running in the cloud, the moment you log in to a service, you can already start using it. All that needs to be done is to select a provider that offers the best services for cloud computing.

Flexibility: Flexibility is one factor being offered by cloud computing. As a result, employees are able to access certain files by simply using devices such as notebooks, laptops and smartphones anywhere they are.

Reliability: Getting down to the reliability of cloud computing is not a tedious ordeal. A proficient hardware as well as support from an IT team is expected when dealing with a cloud computing platform. Service providers usually offer these extra services as backup and to enhance reliability of the system.

Perspectives: The moment cloud computing went mainstream, it became a huge hit. Currently, it is still growing and consistently expanding the services being offered. Thus, it can be expected that more developments will come the way for different businesses and entities.

Professional End User or Private End User: Whether you are a professional end user or private end user, you will see the benefits of cloud computing as see how it works wonders on your personal or corporate endeavors. As a professional end user, you, and your colleagues will highly benefit the flexibility of this technology. On the other hand, as a private user, you can also see the benefits of the reliability of the services offered through cloud computing.


About the Author

Deney Dentel is the CEO at Nordisk Systems, Inc., a managed and cloud computing service provider company in Portland, OR. Deney is the only localised and authorised  IBM business partner in Pacific Northwest. You can also follow him on LinkedIn.

Published Tuesday, July 16, 2013 6:32 AM by David Marshall
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