Save costs and be flexible with cloud computing
Cloud computing is the next stage in the Internet’s evolution through which computing power to infrastructure, applications, business processes to personal collaborations can be delivered to you as a service at any time and place.
The cloud can be defined as set of hardware, networks, storage, processing power, services and interface that combine to deliver aspects of computing as a service.
We realize this or not but most of the internet users use cloud computing on almost an everyday basis through applications like Google docs, personal emails, iCloud, SaaS based software. Cloud helps to scale hardware on a need basis, eradicating the need for dedicated hardware that requires higher financial investment. The cloud can be used for deployment of web, eCommerce and Mobile apps.
Cloud computing has five major characteristics:
- Individual use on request
- Elasticity and flexibility of the system
- Scalability (up and down)
- Measurable service – payment pay-per-use.
- Wide range of network access capacities
Why move to the Cloud?
There are plenty of good reasons which compel your business to move to the cloud but in simple words it increase your efficiency and hence bottom line. Cloud computing lets you focus on your business. The cloud can be used for almost all types of software applications for your business.
Following are advantages to move to the cloud:
- Low initial cost to start.
- It provider scalability to increase performance as your business grows.
- No power cost and power backup costs.
- Be Green Company.
- Data Security
How OpenXcell can help you?
We can help you enhance your business enterprise through cloud computing. OpenXcell Technolabs, based in Ahmedabad, India is one of the leading providers of Cloud Computing solutions. We provide affordable solutions for small and medium enterprises across the globe. We can help you architect, deploy and manage cloud infrastructure for your business applications or software.
We have experience working with major cloud infrastructure providers like amazon web services, rackspace and windows azure.