Some time ago, we talked about the main differences between the different types of cloud (public, private and hybrid). In this post, we delve into one of them, hybrid cloud, and we explain you the main differences that it offers. (more…)
Recently we explain you in this post what is Cloud Computing and we also talk about its different levels and kinds. Today we are going to quote further and we are going to talk about each kind of cloud in a more detailed manner in order to help you about what cloud is better adapted to your company’s needs.
As we explained, the companies use Cloud Computing technologies increasingly for their advantages, flexibility or cost savings are examples. We have to take in mind that not all companies could use the same type of cloud, depending on the intended use, where the applications are installed and which customers could use them, companies will hire one kind of cloud or other.
If your answer is no, probably you are wrong. We are going to approach in otherwise, do you have an email address? We are sure that the majority of answers are affirmative and it means that in some way you have had any experience with Cloud Computing.
What does Cloud Computing really means? We have to travel to the past to answer this question: years ago, if you wanted to use some program or software, you had to install it in your computer and if you also wanted to use it in your friend’s computer, you had to install it in both computers. This situation has ended thanks to Cloud Computing or colloquially known as Cloud. Now, you can find all the programs, apps and/or services that you need, installed on a server and you can access there from anywhere provided that you have internet connection.
If somebody doesn’t know what a server is, don’t worry, here you can find a definition: A server is a kind of computer (more powerful than conventional computers) that contains all the information (programs, videos, images, text files…) that a user, who has access to this computer, request. Here you can find more information.
Did you know that over 2/3 of business already have applications running on their premises that access information in pubic clouds? And did you know that nearly 3/4 say it’s important for on premise and public cloud applications to have the same user experience?
In other words, there is a growing awareness of how public and private cloud resources need to work together. Cloud is next enterprise IT operational model and last thrusday, 7 July, we could discover it thanks to the Oracle’s real case.
Next Thursday 7th July, we invite you to join the event organized by Oracle La Infraestructura Convergente de Oracle: La estrategia para su viaje a la nube (The convergent infrastructure: the strategy for your journey to the Cloud) in Torre Espacio, Madrid. The event’s aim is helping the attendees to accelerate their way to a cloud environment.
During this session, Oracle’s team will show you different methods to simplify your IT infrastructure and to improve your data center’s security and efficiency. Moreover, you will also get to know practical examples.