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Cloud Awareness – Hybrid Cloud

cloud offerings
  • Why Cloud?

  • Cloud Providers

  • Top Cloud Providers

  • Hybrid Cloud

  • Discounts Comparison

Why Cloud?

  • Quick to Scale both ways
  • Lower Environments made easier
  • Flexibility of changes
  • Elasticity
  • Automation
  • Low cost comparing to Data Centers

Cloud Providers

  • Amazon Web Services
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Adobe
  • VMware
  • IBM Cloud
  • Rackspace
  • Red Hat
  • Oracle Cloud
  • SAP
  • Verizon Cloud
  • Navisite
  • Dropbox
  • Egnyte
  • Alibaba
  • Salesforce

Top Cloud Providers

Top cloud providers in  2018 from an IaaS/PaaS/SaaS standpoint
Choosing the right Cloud Provider is becoming a tough decision for CIO’s ,CTO’s and Technology Leaders.
We all know the large cloud players but choosing the right provider & solution depends on your enterprise’s needs.
  • AWS
  • Microsoft
  • Google Cloud
  • IBM Cloud
  • Oracle
  • Alibaba

Hybrid Cloud


Hybrid Cloud is a widely adopted approach/solution where Private Datacenters are connected to one of more Public Datacenters in the cloud to consume a service.

  • One use case is when you have Testing environments and pay as you use.
  • Another use case is your data layer staying on perm and application layer on the cloud.
  • The last use case is creating a DR and BCP on Cloud.

Hybrid Cloud in Detail

Top cloud providers in  2018 from an IaaS/PaaS/SaaS standpoint
A hybrid solution is adapted when you want to have part of the Infrastructure / Application Stack retained on perm and rest into a single cloud or multiple cloud providers. This need may be driven by compliance policies or Legacy Hardware or Application Dependency like AS400, Tandem . . .Another use case is your ROI or break even does not make sense for some of the services due to huge data center investments. Most of the Web Tier, Middle Ware, Database, and Storage Tiers end up on the cloud unless there are any licensing implications enforced by the software/technology provider.
  •  Scalable
  • Cost-Effective
  • Microservices
  • Redundant
  • Hassell free
  • Secured

Discounts/Pricing Comparison

  • This is a volatile topic and providers continue to drop their prices of cloud offerings by adding discounting options, added instances, and dropped the billing increments, in some cases, to per second/hour billing options.
  • Based on the current market Microsoft Azure generally has the lowest on-demand and discounted instance pricing, while AWS runs at median.
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