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~ How CLOUD COMPUTING can save your business by overtaking your Data-center based Infra?????

>> Well , Here is how...

Cloud computing gives a new and better pathway to run your Business, Instead of running your apps yourself on your own IT setup, they run on a shared Data-center … you just plug in to the networks just like a utility. This makes it fast to get started. And the most important part is its costs ,it costs lot less than the traditional infrastructure ,it’s just like G-mail compared to Microsoft exchange.

You Tell Me…

For G-mail you need servers and storage?

You need a technical team to keep it up and running?

Do you have to do any upgrades?
Again No!

Also in cloud computing when you want to use any app that runs on the cloud you just log in customize it and start using it …..


This cloud based model is so much better that its changing the way we think about software and services, not just for the consumer apps, but also for the software’s we need for the business apps,

and Here comes –

"ENTERPRISE CLOUD COMPUTING" ..... into the picture......Which we will discuss in our next post ....  :D
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~ As discussed in our last post,

Well, we will discuss "Cloud" but before that we will understand TRADITIONAL IT INFRASTRUCTURE and its flaws

- How "Cloud computing" takes over "Traditional IT Infrastructure"?

Let me explain you cloud computing considering Small & Medium Business Owners…

Every businessman has big ideas to grow their own business. But to drive through your business you need sales through the roof, but to get till that kind of sales, your ideas needs various business apps like Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft. Now here if you consider a Traditional computing infrastructure then

1. You need your own Office space you need a Data center, Power, Cooling, Bandwidth, Networks, Servers and storage. A complicated software stack (Oracle, Hibernate, weblogic, JDK, Windows 8.1) and a team of continuous monitoring experts to figure them out and run those applications flawlessly.

2. Also you need Development, Production, Staging, Testing, and a Fail over environment for any disastrous conditions. And when there is a problem in the setup …… GOOD LUCK!! ….. coz when you call to the support they blame someone else and you get into the conversation loops more than solving the issue ASAP.

3. When your new versions of the software come out you would upgrade but that might bring the whole system down. Now this is for One app, when you multiply these headaches with hundreds of apps … BOOOOM!!!

4. Hence.. It’s always easy to see what the best companies with the best it departments are getting apps they need… but for the SMALL BUSINESSES? … DON’T HAVE A CHANCE … coz a small business company will sink right at the middle of the price sea … XD.

>> Now here comes "Cloud Computing" into the picture.... :D <<
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~ Do you know what is cloud?

Well off-course you can check it right on Google .. :P .. I know it very well that you all are that smart to chase your curiosity. But I want to give you the answer of this in a bit very general terms and using general day to day life eg’s through our next few day to day posts.

1.       What is cloud Computing?

In scientific terms
Cloud computing, or something being in the cloud, is an expression used to describe a variety of different types of computing concepts that involve a large number of computers connected through a real-time communication network such as the Internet.[1] In science, cloud computing is a synonym for distributed computing over a network and means the ability to run a program on many connected computers at the same time. The phrase is also more commonly used to refer to network-based services which appear to be provided by real server hardware, which in fact are served up by virtual hardware, simulated by software running on one or more real machines. Such virtual servers do not physically exist and can therefore be moved around and scaled up (or down) on the fly without affecting the end user—arguably, rather like a cloud –
Confused? …. :P
Does anyone have any idea how cloud computing works?

And the commenting starts now….:)
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