Cloud infrastructures advantages

Cloud infrastructures, including processing, networking, and storage capabilities have proven themselves in recent decades as powerful engines for commercial and operational streamlining, enabling each organization to focus on its core operations, accelerate innovation, and stride ahead. Organizations liberate themselves from the bulk of the financial and operational stress involved in the purchasing, maintenance, updating, real estate, and manpower required to engage a dedicated IT department, moving instead to cloud services paid for on a per-use basis.

Transformation to cloud services

Previously, organizations relied on local data centers that they owned and managed themselves, until discovering the advantages of cloud architecture: cost savings, efficiency, and flexibility. Over the past decade, many organizations have gradually moved to the cloud, first to private ‘on premise’ clouds they have managed themselves. In recent years, many organizations have considered moving to the public clouds provided by such large players as Google, Microsoft, and AWS, which offer all the advantages of the cloud on remote servers. These manufacturers allow organizations to build hybrid clouds, that is, to continue use of their private cloud for specific workloads and integrate them into a public cloud for other tasks. The next step in the cloud revolution is known as Multi Cloud, enabling each organization to purchase cloud services from various suppliers according to their preference and combine the best services of each supplier.

Cloud flexibility and diversity

The cloud offers flexibility, with adjustments to client preferences implemented even in the various usage models presented by public cloud suppliers. The SaaS model allows organizations to run their modern apps on a public cloud while improving customer experiences. This model, the most popular in the cloud market, allows rapid worldwide distribution of an app as the company’s business expands.  The most popular in the business sector. The PaaS model offers a comprehensive environment for the development and construction of Cloud Native apps or the modernization of existing applications. All the necessary components are managed by the public cloud provider, and the developers of the app can focus solely on development. The IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) model offers company IT managers direct control over their computing resources on the public cloud. They can order them independently in accordance with changing needs, flexibly expanding or reducing consumption, and so on.

Knowledge and proficiency

The immense profusion of cloud services, cloud suppliers, cloud types, consumption models and the like is also the greatest challenge this field poses to each organization, whether a company is taking its first steps into this world or has already moved partly or entirely into the cloud. Considerable knowledge is required to understand which services have comparative advantages, the optimal combinations of different clouds, the model that best fits an organization, which loads should remain on a private cloud and which should be moved to a public cloud, and many other dilemmas.

Abnet Communication has accumulated knowledge and expertise in building complex cloud services for organizations of every size and category. We are at the service of all companies around the world that wish to move to the cloud or upgrade their solutions in this environment that is replete with opportunities and possibilities.

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