What is Cloud Computing?

In its most basic form, cloud computing is storing and accessing data and applications over the internet rather than your computer’s hard drive. Local storage and computing occur when data is stored on a hard drive or applications are executed from the hard drive.

Cloud computing is the on-demand distribution of IT resources through the Internet at a pay-as-you-go model. Instead of purchasing, operating, and maintaining physical data centers and servers, you may use a cloud provider like Amazon Web Services to obtain technological services such as processing power, storage, and databases on an as-needed basis (AWS).

Why Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is being used by businesses of all sizes, types, and industries for a broad range of applications, including data backup, disaster recovery, email, virtual desktops, software development and testing, big data analytics, and customer-facing web apps. Healthcare organizations, for example, are using the cloud to produce more individualized therapies for patients. The cloud is being used by financial services firms to support real-time fraud detection and prevention. In addition, video game developers are using the cloud to provide online games to millions of gamers all over the globe.

The Advantages of Cloud Computing:

Cloud Computing Options

Software as a Service (SaaS) as Cloud Application Services
SaaS offers you with a fully functional product that is operated and controlled by the service provider. Most individuals who use the term "SaaS" are referring to end-user apps (such as web-based email). You don't have to worry about how the service is maintained or how the underlying infrastructure is handled when you use a SaaS provider. You merely need to consider how you want to utilize the program.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) as Cloud Platform Services
PaaS eliminates the requirement for you to handle underlying infrastructure (often hardware and operating systems), allowing you to concentrate on application deployment and administration. This makes you more efficient since you don't have to deal about resource acquisition, capacity planning, software maintenance, patching, or any of the other undifferentiated heavy lifting that comes with operating your application.
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) as outsource hardware system
IaaS provides the fundamental building blocks for cloud computing. It usually gives you access to networking functions, computers (virtual or dedicated hardware), and data storage space. IaaS provides you with the most flexibility and administrative control over your IT resources. It is most comparable to current IT resources that many IT departments and developers are acquainted with.
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Cloud Computing Services

Enterprise Cloud Consulting

Enterprise cloud computing is a computing paradigm in which organizations may use virtualized IT resources on a pay-per-use basis from a public or private cloud services provider. Enterprise cloud service providers use the Internet to supply computer resources to its clients.

Cloud Management Services

At Digilogue, we deliver cloud monitoring and management solutions that allow cloud providers to maintain peak performance, continuity, and efficiency in virtualized, on-demand environments. The delivery of dynamic, cloud-based infrastructure, platform, and application services does not occur in a vacuum.

Cloud Application Development

Digilogue's cloud developers will create applications that will be hosted in the cloud. The work they do is very similar to that of software engineers or web developers, with the exception that the programs Cloud Developers create run on virtual systems. They will devote time to analyzing customer requirements, designing systems and solutions, coding, and debugging.

Why Choose Digilogue For Cloud Computing?

Digilogue is Ireland’s top supplier of cloud computing solutions for organizations of all kinds. Cloud computing services are highly scalable hardware and software resources that are available through the Internet. Digilogue’s Cloud computing services range from infrastructure (servers, storage, and networking) to applications, databases, analytics, intelligence, software development platforms, and other services.

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