The various Deployment models offered by KCloud
CIO’s and CXO’s are increasingly understanding and adopting Cloud Computing strategies in the past couple of years, unlike the dubious attitude which was prevalent a decade ago. But, we come across several Customer Expectations and Challenges, with respect to cloud deployment options. Some of the basic yet important concerns of the customers are:
- The company’s audit compliance
- Leveraging existing IT resources, if the applications are moved to cloud
- Integration of Native applications running on-Premise to ERP systems
- Payment subscription models
In order to solve these issues, KCloud offers the below deployment options, where customers can choose based on their needs.
Private Cloud is for those customers who want their Infrastructure managed by their own IT team but don’t have provisions on-Premise. Therefore, they can opt for colocation services – Meaning, they can rent the real estate, cooling and power with the help of partners like us, the rest will be dedicated like your on-Prem. Suitable for cash-rich customers and any company compliance policy enforcement demanding dedicated resources. Generally, a private cloud is more expensive than the usual Public cloud due to its characteristics listed below,
- Shared Rack Space, some cases dedicated Rack Space
- Dedicated Network devices
- ISP with dedicated Bandwidth
- Dedicated Physical servers, storage devices and Virtual Machines
- You can manage
Managed Private Cloud
Managed Private Cloud is for those customers who want their own Infrastructure, but want us to manage with our IT experts.
- Private Cloud + KCloud’s Managed Services
KCloud’s Managed services provides end-to-end accountability. You can concentrate on your core business instead of handling day-to-day operations and technology issues.
The basic difference between private cloud and public cloud is that a public cloud provider will rent their infrastructure to multiple organizations, not just a single one. This model is generally suitable for customers who want to quickly kick-start their operations for a cheaper price than private cloud. Following are the primary features of a public cloud:
- Shared Rack Space and ISP (with dedicated bandwidth allocation)
- Shared Network devices with dedicated VLAN’s
- Dedicated Private virtual machines but shared physical servers
- Shared Storage devices, but secured access control
Managed Cloud Hosting
Most of our customers fall into this category, as they trust us to manage their end-to-end.
- Public cloud + KCloud’s Managed Services
- KCloud supports Third Party Interoperability securely across cloud platforms and On-Premise as well.
To know more about KCloud’s Managed Services or any other service, visit our Website.