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What is Cloud Computing


What is Cloud Computing?

  • Web-based Applications
  • Web-hosted Services
  • Centralised Server Farms
  • Web-based development platform

Microsoft Cloud Computing

Cloud is a term that is used a lot by the IT industry, however it means different things to different people. The Cloud is about providing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), or Software as a Service (SaaS) using online resources. It provides a pool of computing resources over the internet and they all work together to provide a single computing experience for the end user.

Cloud Computing has been hailed as the next logical step in computing and it is now much less about managing infrastructure, but more about managing information. It is the ability to have your applications, development environment, Storage and your security available online whenever you need it.

Overview of Microsoft Cloud Platform:

Microsoft Cloud Platform

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  •   Why Consider moving to the Cloud

    • Greater Business Agility: Respond ore effectively to business needs and give employees on-demand access to critical business information
    • Greater Resource Agility: The ability to build out IT infrastructure quickly resulting in less downtime, management, deployment time and salability.
    • Managed Costs: Manage the costs of IT as an operational expense or a capital expense depending on your needs.
    • Smaller Carbon Footprint: Decrease your environmental footprint by using off-premise IT infrastructure though reduced required physical resources.

  •   Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

    Get on-demand storage and computing power to host, scale and manage applications and services. Leverage the Microsoft data centres to scale easily and meet the infrastructure needs of your organisation globally or locally.

  •   Platform as a Service (PaaS)

    An example of a PaaS is Windows Azure. It consist of an operating system, fully relational database and consumable web services that provide secure access and control of your applications.

  •   Software as a Service (SaaS)

    This consists of a host of subscription-based, on-demand Microsoft Online Services and includes:

    • Microsoft Office 365: Which delivers Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Lync Online and Office Web Ap's or desktop installation.
    • Microsoft CRM Online: Providing a robust online version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM which provides Marketing, Sales and Customer Services solutions deployable through Outlook or a web browser with automated workflows and centralised customer information.

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