The different uses of Cloud Computing
Whether you are a growing SME, a start-up in the initial stages, or a large international group, Cloud Computing is one of the technologies used by everyone. The most common use include data storage and backup, SaaS-type software deployment, data management and analysis, AI and application development.
Depending on how you want to use Cloud Computing, you can then move towards choosing a particular type of Cloud provision among the ones that exist on the market today.
The different types of Cloud Computing
- The Public Cloud: Public Cloud resources are shared, allowing you the greatest flexibility. This solution allows you to control your budget for invoicing is calculated precisely on what each of your instances consumes.
- The Private Cloud: In the Private Cloud, resources are dedicated. This ensures that your infrastructure is watertight and costs are more predictable because billing is based on the host machines you need, and on which you are free to deploy the instances you need, at any time.
- The Hybrid Cloud: the Hybrid Cloud solution is to opt for Private Cloud, then install instances in the Public Cloud on an ad hoc and/or stand-alone basis in order to exceed the limits of your Private Cloud without having to take an additional host.
What are the advantages of IKOULA's cloud computing solutions?
The Cloud Computing model allows you to pay only for what you really need. You can create and stop your machines whenever you wish and thus stick as closely as possible to the evolution of your needs. Moreover, with Cloud Computing, you will no longer have to invest in hardware or human resources to manage your entire infrastructure.
Speed of deployment
With CLOUD IKOULA ONE, the most complex infrastructures can be deployed in a few clicks. Moreover, with the instance duplication feature, you can create your instances and replicate them on all your machines in minutes.
The system and infrastructure on which CLOUD IKOULA ONE is based are regularly updated by our teams to ensure that your data is protected. In addition, many security policy features are integrated into the solution to allow you to best secure your network (Firewall, Load Balancer, etc.)