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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service. Cloud computing providers deliver applications via the internet, which are accessed from a web browser, while the business software and data are stored on servers at a remote location.

The biggest advantage of cloud computing is on-demand provisioning of resources on a granular basis in near real-time scenario. Sharing of resources across users increases peak load capacity, better resource utilization and efficiency. One of the important characters of cloud platform is the ability to deliver applications and resources quickly.

Benefits of cloud Computing

  • Reduced Cost – Organization’s need not build excess infrastructure capacity. This reduces the organization’s CAPex considerably
  • Flexibility
  • Increased Storage
  • Mobility
  • On-Demand Scalability

Cloud Architecture:

Clients need to consider several infrastructural models when evaluating cloud-computing architecture. The four models emerging in the cloud space are Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Virtual Private cloud and Hybrid Clouds.

Public Clouds: Public clouds are “stand-alone,” or proprietary, clouds mostly off-premise, run by third party companies such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, HP and others. Public clouds are hosted off customer premises and usually mix applications from different consumers on shared infrastructure.

Private Clouds: Private clouds are typically designed and managed by an IT department within an organization. A private cloud is usually built specifically to provide services internally to an organization. Private clouds may be in a collocated facility or in an existing data center. This model gives a high level of control over the cloud services and the cloud infrastructure.

Virtual Private Clouds: Virtual private clouds allow service providers to offer unique services to private cloud users. These services allow customers to use infrastructure services as part of their private clouds.

Hybrid Clouds: Hybrid cloud is a combination of the above.By using this architecture companies can obtain redundancy by utilizing locally available resources.

Peak XV offers Assessment, Migration and Management services focused on cloud computing. We partner with the leading cloud computing technology providers like IBM, Netapp, Microsoft& Google, to offer the best- of-breed solution to our clients and ensure their smooth transition to the cloud.

Peak XV offers various deployment models depending on the client’s needs. We work with you to understand your requirements and connect you with the right service provider to meet your cloud business needs

We help you build a cloud which simplifies infrastructure complexity and manageability while lowering total cost of ownership

Peak XV has partnered with all leading Cloud service providers to provide secure and reliable solutions as below.

  • Infrastructure as a Service ( IaaS)
  • Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Private Cloud
  • Public Cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud