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Cloud-Based Services

On-demand, Scalable Applications and Cloud-Computing Infrastructure      

Today's successful business often expect their IT resources to help increase profits by improving flexibility and decreasing time to market. But what happens when IT systems can't meet the demands of a growing company's need to scale? Upgrading of adding technology often isn't an option as IT budgets are stretched to the limit. More and more IT leaders are turning to outsourced, cloud computing services to fulfill their growing technology needs - and do more with less. Storage and disaster recovery needs are areas where the cloud excels.

Cloud computing is the natural evolution of network-based IT services, offering IP-based access to servers, data storage, networks and application resources. Cloud computing is a dynamic solution that can offer your business the technology support it needs to expand and succeed with:

Faster time to market - the time and money you save on technology build-out can be reinvested in your core company offerings.
 An on-demand model based on expense not capital, so you can pay only for what you use. 
• Increased flexibility and ability to scale so you can add or eliminate capacity as needed.
• On-demand business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR).

Basic Cloud Service Platforms
Public cloud platforms offer service via a Web browser over the Internet. Typically, public cloud services come from a third-party provider who packages resources and essentially "rents" them to customers. Customers pay for use via a metered billing process similar to that of traditional public utilities. Private or internal clouds offer the same services as public clouds but are usually dedicated to a specific company. A third option, hybrid or virtual private clouds, is now gaining traction. In this scenario, key elements from both public and private clouds are combined using lower-cost, multi-tenant infrastructure that offers security and high performance and which is accessible via public or private IP connections.

Major Areas
Cloud computing is generally considered to encompass these major areas:
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) - IaaS providers offers offer pre-packaged computing platform services that can be rented on a monthly, weekly or even and hourly basis. This means customers can now avoid the capital expense of owned equipment and instead purchase computer resources as needed for specific needs as they change. This can include utilizing cloud assets for Storage as well as building Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) scenarios.
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) - An ideal cloud platform for software developers and application owners, PaaS offers similar services as IaaS but includes a development platform such as Java of APEX. This eliminates the need for the customer to interact with the operating system and enables them to simply write and run their application with the Java or APEX platform, as well as avoid operating version control issues.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) - The SaaS model provides finished applications on an on-demand basis to any end-user through an IP-based network. This reduces the need for resources required to run applications on the end-user's machine.

How TeleHost Partners Can Help
TeleHost Partners can assist you with understanding the complexities of cloud-based services and aligning your corporate needs with the right service from the right provider. TeleHost Partners can ensure that you make an informed business decision.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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