Day: August 25, 2020

Cloud Deployment ModelsCloud Deployment Models

Cloud computing services compose of cloud computing models that offer services directed to specific group of people involved. These can be classified into four major categories:

Private
Public
Community
Hybrid

Let us now understand about each one of these services one by one.
Private: A private cloud computing service is designed to serve individual organizations. This service may be managed internally by the cloud computing service provider or by some other party existing outside and hosted externally. Private cloud is also known as corporate cloud as it comprise an architecture rendering services to a specific number of people behind a firewall. With advances in technology that is prevalent in distributed computing and virtualization it is possible for the service providers to cater to the individual needs of the clients within the corporate world.
Public:
A public cloud computing is all about a service that offers standard cloud computing to the …

Why Are More Enterprise Organizations Virtualizing Mission-Critical Applications? Part TwoWhy Are More Enterprise Organizations Virtualizing Mission-Critical Applications? Part Two

In part one of this series we examined a few of the changes in cloud computing that led to more enterprise organizations virtualizing their tier one applications. The article focused on cloud service providers (CSPs) offering enterprise-grade security hardware and software. It also touched on the new-found ease of hybrid cloud hosting management of virtual machines (VMs) with VMware vCloud Connector, and changing perceptions of risk avoidance with data consolidation in the public cloud. In this paper we will explore two obstacles that remain for some larger corporations and multinationals looking for solutions in public or hybrid cloud hosting. We will also explore what businesses should expect from today’s cloud hosting environment, and a few of the more prominent advantages of cloud computing today.
Unfortunately for some enterprise organizations there are potential obstacles for a move to public and hybrid cloud hosting. Some corporations may be heavily leveraged in infrastructure …