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Wanting to move your company to the cloud and need to know what to consider? This article touches on:
Cloud management is centralized administration of a company’s infrastructure of servers, applications/software, data storage, network platforms, and so on, via the internet – “the cloud.” IT administration for cloud environments covers any type of business activity, including resource deployment, data integration, use tracking, and disaster recovery.
Cloud management is applicable to private and public cloud computing deployments and provides a layer of simplicity on top of complex environments. Moving to the cloud enables scale and speed that businesses need to be more productive and profitable.
There are many reasons for companies to move to the cloud. The most common being the ability to scale and adapt to dynamic business growth easily and affordably while keeping data secure. Having your business in the cloud enables employees to access data from any location at any time; being in the cloud removes physical hardware (that becomes obsolete) and location restrictions that on-premise infrastructures have.
Using third-party cloud providers can enable you to save money with infrastructure management. For example, moving to the cloud eliminates the need for a three-year investment in capital equipment, having equipment become obsolete before it’s fully depreciated, and, perhaps most importantly, avoiding having hardware break at the most inopportune time.
The three most commonly used cloud providers today are Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. Each offers a free version to get started. Each provides cloud services for businesses of all sizes from startups to large enterprises to government agencies. A little insight into each service:
Transitioning your business technology into the cloud can enable you to focus on what you know best: your company and meeting your clients’ needs.
As with a home, a strong foundation matters to the future stability of the structure. When it comes to your business, you need a successful cloud management foundation to support your business today and to be flexible enough to grow with you into the future.
Your success largely depends on the strength of your cloud optimization and security solutions, so you want to make sure your cloud strategy focuses on the cloud management services, tools, and automation that best suit your needs. You want an IT staff that remains in-the-know with cloud technology and has the expertise to adapt to policies and workflows as needed.
Reliable, fast, and affordable hosting services are top concerns, as are ways to reduce unused virtual resources, forecast future cloud management costs, and obtain detailed reports giving a total visibility into your cloud infrastructure expenses.
Now that you have a comfort level with cloud management as a concept, your best resource for a comprehensive IT solution may be a cloud management platform (CMP). These platforms can help enhance your IT offerings and solve complex business challenges across departments. A CMP can help your business accelerate service delivery, manage and control security on a variety of IT assets, enhance overall system efficiency, and strengthen communications between business units. A CMP enables you to retain control of your IT environment and reduce overall IT costs, while helping to manage all levels of complexity of your virtual solutions and applications.
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