Cloud Computing

Do existing things in more effective ways, and do entirely new things in more cost-effective and more environment friendly manner.

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PUBLIC CLOUD

Public clouds are owned and operated by a
third-party cloud service provider, which deliver their
computing resources like servers and storage over the Internet.
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PRIVATE CLOUD

A private cloud refers to cloud computing
resources used exclusively by a single business or organization.
A private cloud can be physically located on the company’s on-site data center.
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HYBRID CLOUD

Hybrid clouds combine public and
private clouds, bound together by technology
that allows data and applications to be shared between them.


 PARTNERS 

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Google Cloud

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Amazon Web Services

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Microsoft Azure

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IBM SoftLayer





The Next Generation Cloud

One of the defining characteristics of cloud computing is that it enables value to created via collaboration and data sharing. Local software and data inevitably constrain collaboration and the anytime, anyplace, anywhere use of information resources. As a consequence, we will be prevented from obtaining the benefits of new developments such as "crowdsouring" unless many of us cloud compute.