The requirement to deliver on-demand services on cloud platform with high degree of efficiency and flexibility are leading many IT organizations to evolve from basic server hardware infrastructure to cloud computing.
It also enables many IT organizations organize themselves to the exact computing power and capacity required for support products and services. Cloud infrastructures allow third-party cloud services to be hoested with minimal investment. It is very important to understand the IT infrastructure.
CIO’s and other management members first decide on the cloud computing deployment model to use. This may be private, public and hybrid and understanding each of it’s advantages, disadvantages.
Private cloud computing are for single organizations and are operated by enterprises or by an external provider whereas public cloud computing are used by multiple organizations that lease cloud, proc, RAM storage and bandwidth from a cloud provider. Hybrid cloud model runs when an enterprise requires additional processing power from private computing to public computing.
The enterprises also need to decide what services the cloud would like to deliver ( softwares, infrastructure or platform ). Once the requirement of cloud computing deployment has been decided, the combination of services are delivered.
When a cloud infrastructure is designed, cloud success and efficiency is understood more clearly. Cloud data centers are different from traditional data centers.
For cloud infrastructure, the implementations are based on revolutionary and evolutionary and on the benefits of enterprises.