Cloud computing is not just an option to build IT infrastructure in companies but an essential component of the business building.
The global public cloud computing market has reached USD 130 billion with the growth rate of 21%, as per Statista. The largest segment of Cloud Computing, SaaS (Software as a Service) Platform alone has generated more than half of the market revenue in this segment. The concept that emerged in 1996 and brought to life by Amazon in 2006 created a breakthrough in IT sector, bringing the facility to share computer system resources and higher-level services over the internet in order to store, manage and process data.
Anurag Gupta, Managing Director for WeblinkIndia.net says that today, cloud computing is not just an option to build IT infrastructure in companies but an essential component of the business building. He adds further:
Evolution of IT with Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is not just reshaping the relationship between the consumers of IT services, but bonding the IT service providers and sellers with the potential users. The last decade has seen numerous open-sources, private and public cloud initiatives across the world as an attempt to help organizations with fully functional IT infrastructure at minimum expenses. This tech advancement has reduced the expenditure of businesses and improved manageability with faster processing.
With ‘on-demand’ solutions and ‘pay-as-you-go’ models, cloud computing has gained momentum in almost every industry vertical and ensured high-level automation with fast, self-service models. These cost-effective solutions have help bid farewells to the excessive piling of hardware in companies, giving them high-capacity networks for every business task.
Cloud Servers – Realizing the Future of Technology
All major forms of services including SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) belonging to Cloud Computing have generated an efficient delivery model, creating a computing platform for developing applications, and off-site virtual infrastructure support for businesses around the world. With traditional infra reaching stagnant mode, the cloud IT infra has become the need of the hour and Cloud Servers have become the foremost priority of organizations.
As per Statista, the demand of Cloud Servers is growing multifold and IP traffic for Global cloud data has reached 10.6 ZB/yr in 2018. As the internet has spread to every part of the world, every organization needs to mark their online presence and cloud servers have become the first choice as hosting platforms for their websites. These cost-effective cloud servers don’t require any upfront investment and come with all the features of the dedicated server. Today, cloud servers have turned as a more reliable solution as they run on multiple servers and come with scalability options.
Workload flexibility and hybrid infrastructure facilities provided by third-party cloud servers have become integral for business growth for every company from startups to established enterprises. The incremental service deployment and continuous backend support have made the online models of companies hassle-free and more effective. They can ably adjust to rapidly changing, fluctuating and unpredictable demands of the market segments of respective companies.
The True Successor of the Internet – Cloud Computing
When the internet came into existence in the 1990s, it created a great riffle in the industry leading to the dawn of a new era. Cloud Computing has taken the evolution process to the next stage by adopting service-oriented architecture and hardware virtualization. Every business should essentially create a custom infrastructure with utmost security to flourish and prosper in the market, and Cloud Computing will be an integral part of their proliferation and progression in the coming times.