Cloud services are delivered by a specific and a pre-packaged combination of IT resources known as cloud delivery models offered by a cloud provider. A cloud delivery model is also considered as a cloud service delivery model. The common type of cloud delivery models which are widely accepted and established: Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) Software-as-a-service (SaaS) These three models are interrelated in terms of encompassing one-another and have their own sets of benefits that could serve the needs of various businesses. Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) – It is a complete IT environment, includes hardware, software, network, connectivity, operating systems, and other raw … Continue reading Cloud Delivery Models
Excuses, excuses, excuses, too much of it. Stop making this. I am fed up with your excuses. Now, remember, no more excuses. Ain’t these words familiar to everyone? How many times we listened to them matters less than the number of times we tried not to listen to them again. Making excuses is quite usual for sometimes it is a routine. Everyone makes it, some are good at making it while some get caught in the process. Excuses are meant to defend or hide faults. They are explanations or reasons put forward to justify faults or offenses or mistakes. Blaming … Continue reading No More Excuses. Stop Making Them.
How often do you read books? Are you in the habit of reading books? Is it okay for you to spend more time on social media than to read magazines or articles? When was the last time you read a book, article, magazine, etc? Well, I believe the answer will differ from person to person. But most of the people love to be in their comfort zone and do not wish to develop new habits, and they find reading boring, time-consuming, not possible after a certain age, and make excuses like difficult to carry books, get sleep soon after picking … Continue reading The Importance of Reading Books.
Does not matter who you are, what position you hold in society or public, criticism for everyone, from public figures to common men, from governments to citizens, exists. The level of criticism depends on the holding positions in hierarchy be it in office, government, society, family, or so on. It is not wrong to say that criticism and positions in the hierarchy are proportional. Can we sit and count how many times we are criticised? Or would we like to recollect all criticisms we have faced? Obviously not, but we do remember those criticisms which changed our life or decision-making … Continue reading Criticism Matters on How We Take It.
A hybrid cloud refers to a combination of public and private computing environment where both public and private clouds are firmly interlinked as one combined infrastructure. It provides management, orchestration, and application portability between them to create a single flexible cloud infrastructure for running the organisation’s workloads. A hybrid cloud service is composed of some combinations of private, public, and community cloud services. The combination may go like at least 1 public cloud and at least 1 private cloud, 2 or more public cloud, or 2 or more private cloud. Hybrid cloud service allows user to extend their capability or … Continue reading What Is a Hybrid Cloud?
Cloud is certainly one of the trendy technologies and is a shift in the tradition of computing ensuring faster methods of coming up with computing solutions, infrastructure solutions and application layers. Cloud computing is nothing but a model or network where a program or applications accessed by many devices or servers at a time run. In layman language, it is a virtual storage, and can also be accessed remotely. Thus, it rewards users with cost savings, increased productivity, performance, efficiency, and security. Public cloud, Private cloud, and Hybrid cloud are the cloud deployment model. Public Cloud Public cloud is delivered … Continue reading Difference Between Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud.