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How can we use cloud services? What makes this different from one another? What is the difference between them? Tell me all that is needed. Globally, COVID-19 is accelerating business plans and expenditures for cloud computing, as organizations across the globe redefine how they do business. Gartner says cloud-based services have exceeded IT expenses for the first time.

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Hybrid cloud

One of the most "important" features is that we can not say it is true either public or private because it carries elements of both and depends on the organization. It's like having a car: you do not own all the parts, but when something breaks down, you take care of it. The hybrid cloud is when companies have multiple types of clouds in place to optimize business operations, especially in today's multi-cloud world.

Hybrid cloud computing allows companies to use combinations of private and public clouds together by letting them access data between these heterogeneous systems. Although this concept has been discussed for years, the technology was never available until recently.

As part of a company's strategy to embrace a hybrid model, developers must create applications that can be deployed in different systems and used through interfaces such as application programming interfaces (APIs) or software development kits (SDKs). Although this is not a new approach, it takes on more importance for companies using multiple types of clouds because developers must create programs that can use data from both public and private clouds.

Public cloud

The public cloud is where I find myself today. This type of service is provided by a third party to offer virtual resources over the Internet. You have no control over what lies in that server room, but you have an account to access the services offered. Most of these servers are listed in Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Google's App Engine, Microsoft's Azure Cloud Services platform, Rackspace cloud, etc.

It is more flexible to use these services because you do not need to worry about anything on the hardware side. Cloud service providers manage the cloud infrastructure, including control panels and user interfaces for starting virtual machines (VMs), monitoring them, configuring networks, load balancing, DNS management, and scaling resources as needed. If I need another server or disk space today, I can get it quickly without investing in additional hardware. Companies can turn off their servers even if they are still running applications. Usually, these services charge computing units per hour based on prices set by each provider. Private cloud A private cloud is a "cloud" that has been bought or leased from a third-party supplier by an organization's IT department to use as a service. This means that the private cloud must be implemented within an organization's own data center, rather than at a third-party site. The use of virtualization technology is essential to make your own "private cloud." According to Gartner, by 2020 more than 50% of global companies will have their internal private clouds for IT services.

Hybrid cloud says above

We can say it's getting bigger and we can not talk about just one thing because we're talking about all 3, but I want you to keep in mind that today we are moving towards this: A hybrid model that includes three elements: public clouds (e.g., Amazon), private clouds (e.g., IBM) and mixed clouds (e.g., Oracle)

The future is hybrid, maybe not all 3 but it's clear that this is the way to go, especially with hybrid cloud computing where there are interfaces and APIs between systems.

Internet of Things

Also, a trend that is becoming more popular and that companies are starting to embrace today. This concept consists of associating everyday objects with the Internet. So we can connect our light bulbs to the web, refrigerators, TVs, microwaves, or even cars so they can communicate with other systems on the Internet, as well as store data about their use.

The objective is to have a network of intelligent devices from which you can access at all times anywhere in the world, but these devices must be able to communicate with each other without any problem and that's where cloud technology comes into play.

If companies want their products to be truly successful in the market space should consider adding a cloud computing component because it will provide extra services such as storage, managing the status of these devices, applications to control them remotely, among other advantages.

When you are talking about IoT the first thing that comes to mind is usually large companies that have data centers around the world to carry out these technologies or cloud services because they need a lot of computing power to work properly. However, smaller companies can also take advantage of this technology but it must be understood that not all clouds are equal and what's more suitable for one company might not be right for another. You can read a comparison of public vs private cloud in this article: Public vs Private Cloud Computing

In my opinion, if we want things to move towards IoT we should focus on a hybrid because even with cloud service providers offering private clouds for companies, not all have the same services and functions.


Even the networking industry is changing with cloud computing, where virtualization has become a key element in networks.

Networking switches are being used to connect physical servers so that they can communicate with each other using virtual network technologies. This allows you to group several types of servers under one switch to improve their performance and scalability.

Virtual switches have evolved into software-defined networking (SDN) or Software Defined Networking, which combines the agility of software with the hardware once required for these services within a data center.

The main aim of SDN is to provide access management between devices connected to it by allowing web applications, virtual machines, or other resources connected through them always be available without interruption at any time from anywhere in the world.

The networking industry is also betting on the idea of federated networks in which several companies work together to provide cloud services in exchange for network resources, so it's possible to move between different providers without losing performance.

Cloud computing has had an important impact on the IT industry and it will continue to be a strong influence for many years, where many trends are born from its adoption. This technology emerged more than 10 years ago but continues to evolve and improve itself with new concepts such as territorial public clouds or hybrid models that combine multiple elements. In my opinion, this trend has been developing at a fast pace due to its great benefits but we still have a long way to go before we get somewhere good. I believe that within a few years we will have seen much more integration in the market when it comes to combining several technologies into one single platform, but that's just my idea. Have you read our blog post about trends in 2016?

Public Cloud vs Private Cloud

Public cloud is a term used to describe a form of computing whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on-demand from a third-party network that is open for public use. This is a form of cloud computing whereby access to the benefits of the technology is open to all.

The public cloud model has been adopted by many companies and industries because it offers several advantages such as scalability, flexibility, and simplicity when accessing resources. You do not need much infrastructure or advanced skills to make use of this kind of service making it an inexpensive solution compared with alternative options.

One major drawback for some organizations is the fact that once they have their data stored on a third-party server there are no guarantees that they can control the information since it will be subject to the conditions imposed by said provider. These are called trust issues which arise when you do not have full control of your data and other people depend on your business processes like other companies.

Tell me the difference between hybrid cloud and multi-cloud

Hybrid Cloud is a cloud computing deployment model that combines two or more of the three available types of cloud computing services (IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS) so users can access it in multiple ways.

There are several configurations for this type of solution but one possibility is to have public and private clouds where your data will be stored in the private cloud while some applications or components reside in public clouds.

Multi-cloud can also refer to hybrid cloud deployments but generally means having more than one provider which could be providing any combination of infrastructure services like Iaas, Paas, or Saas. Multicloud environments may include all types within a single organization (private, public, and community), spanning through different organizations (hybrid) or involving completely different cloud providers.

What is the difference between multi-cloud and hybrid cloud

Public, Private, and Community Cloud are often referred to as Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), while Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) are known as By Deployment Type.

This means SaaS provides entire applications to users over the internet, while PaaS provides the framework of an application that you can deploy with some basic services like data storage or computing resources on which to run your applications. Finally, IaaS focuses only on resources provided through virtual machines where customers control their operating systems but not the hardware or network.

Public, Private, and Community Cloud are known as By Deployment Type. According to this type of cloud solution, you can use Public Cloud for free services but without control over security, identity management, and data transfers between users within a community. According to the private cloud, there is full control of all resources since it uses your servers to build a "private" Cloud, while you cannot access public networks directly from your organization's server room. There is also a possibility of creating hybrid clouds where some resources have been deployed on-premise and others have been migrated into a third-party service provider that leases IaaS/PaaS/Saas for example or other companies that offer services.

What should be taken into account when using Cloud Computing

When considering whether or not to adopt a cloud computing solution, there are several aspects you should consider such as the benefits and disadvantages of shifting service delivery to a third party. Your choice will depend on many things like your business requirements and available resources in terms of budget and technical expertise. You must also ensure that you can migrate efficiently between public and private clouds if needed since it is possible that at some point in time you may need to switch providers depending on cost and other factors. This requires having good data portability mechanisms so it's very important to invest in your standards so they can be used by different providers when necessary. Finally, regulatory compliance issues involving control over sensitive information should always be taken into consideration before deploying a cloud computing solution.

Management and governance

Are key to your future cloud journey. It is very important to have a clear strategy for adopting the right cloud model and moving from one model to another when necessary.

It is also advisable that you monitor the performance of your providers and their offerings in terms of security, availability, and service levels since there may be significant changes over time which will have an impact on how reliable they are going forward. This can help avoid unexpected disruptions which could affect business continuity or cause unnecessary costs related to downtime that was preventable if you had taken preemptive measures.

What's do I need to consider before migrating my current environment into the cloud

There are several things enterprises should consider before migrating their IT operations to a public/private/community/hybrid cloud. This usually involves determining which applications should be migrated to the cloud-first (the ones that are most critical for business), how much data will need to be moved, and other factors like compliance requirements.

And What?

This means you should first assess what services it offers including performance, reliability, security features/practices, cost model, governance measures (e.g., SLA's or service level agreements), consumption models (including consumption overages), billing frequency (e.g., hourly) and increases related thereto, etc. Additionally, you should consider how often it refreshes its services e.g., introduces new features or charges more for them so if you don't want to pay any extra costs your provider may not be the right one for you. You also need to consider if it provides tooling and automation capabilities that simplify service management and is compatible with your enterprise's security technologies (e.g., single sign-on).

And Finally:

Having a clear understanding of how their offering fits into your business requirements and vision will help you determine which cloud model best suits your needs in terms of cost, flexibility, scalability, etc. This will help you avoid problems like migrating too much data over time or failing to plan for organizational changes such as mergers/acquisitions/downsizing which could result in additional costs since there may be unforeseen consequences related thereto. Many organizations have gone through this already so they spent a considerable amount of money on migrating data only to find out they don't need it. Such problems are avoidable if you take your time to plan so start early and pick the right partner.

Mobile application management (MAM)

Is the practice of controlling mobile devices, apps, and data; enforcing policies; provisioning; monitoring; and reporting on the usage of mobile devices within your organization.

This will help you to identify if your provider offers services that are critical for your business like disaster recovery capabilities in case its primary data center goes down completely. This would allow you to keep running even though your primary data center is non-functional so failover services should forward requests to the secondary site until it becomes available again thereby preventing downtime. Additionally, you should check to see if it provides access controls that prevent unauthorized users from accessing information since many cloud providers don't support this due to their multi-tenant architecture. Having said all that, it's important to note that not all cloud providers support MAM so you need to check which services they offer before making a decision.

How do I determine whether my organization is ready for the switch over into public, private, or hybrid clouds

Several best practices can help organizations prepare for migrating their IT operations to the cloud-like having an established organizational strategy in place, determining which applications should be migrated first (the ones most critical for business), assessing how much data needs to be moved, and other factors like compliance requirements. Additionally, it's recommended that companies test out this type of environment in a non-production setting (e.g., using virtual machines) before implementing them in production since they may require additional security controls depending on your enterprise's requirements.

Public cloud

This is the cheapest of the models and allows you to pay for what you consume. Additionally, since there is no capital expenditure (e.g., purchasing of hardware) the pricing model is usually based on usage which means you only pay when services are in use rather than having a monthly fee regardless of whether or not they're being used. The biggest disadvantage when it comes to this model is that your data may be exposed to third parties since the provider owns and manages all infrastructure related thereto so if security is important for your business then this might not be your best option unless its employee base is well-vetted and beyond reproach.

Private cloud: Organizations tend to favor this type of environment because they own and manage their servers in-house but do not have to pay for what they don't need. Additionally, this model gives you the benefits of a public cloud (e.g., scaling resources based on demand) while keeping data private because it's stored in-house since it's controlled by IT department personnel. However, there are disadvantages, especially when compared to using public clouds since companies can't pay as much attention to security when implementing updates due to difficulties associated with isolating/testing them in an enterprise environment where multiple organizations share hardware resources.

Hybrid cloud

The biggest advantage of this type of environment is that it combines both private and public clouds which means organizations get the best of both worlds whether they have regulatory compliance requirements or if they want more flexibility without having to invest too much upfront. This model allows organizations to use public clouds that have advanced security controls as well as those that offer better performance and pay only for the resources they need. In addition, those organizations which have sensitive data can continue to isolate it from those companies that might not have proper security implementations in place by using this environment.

In summary, there are several advantages and disadvantages associated with each cloud model so you need to carefully assess your needs before choosing a particular method of implementation. Doing so will help you to maximize potential benefits while minimizing risks since some business models may be more suitable than others depending on company requirements including regulatory compliance if applicable.

Hybrid + multi-cloud computing is the future of cloud computing

The rise in cyber-attacks and data breaches have made it extremely critical for businesses to implement security measures that help protect their valuable information since hackers are targeting organizations more frequently than ever before in an attempt to extract sensitive, confidential, or valuable data from these groups whether this information belongs to customers, partners, suppliers, employees or business associates. To make matters worse when one company's data gets compromised it often becomes public knowledge especially if they're a household name which means that other companies are at risk of having this happen to them as well thus increasing exposure rates thus encouraging even more malicious hacking attempts by cybercriminals.

There are several ways that organizations can prevent their information from being exposed including using encryption services on devices and servers as well as ensuring that their software is always up-to-date including antivirus/antimalware scanners and firewalls to prevent unauthorized users from entering the network. In addition, companies need to have a strategy in place which includes regular penetration tests, IDS/IPS systems, SIEM services, DLP solutions, etc. so they can mitigate risks associated with security vulnerabilities that may appear as new exploits are discovered by hackers each day.

However, these types of measures only help protect data during transmission and when it's stored on devices located within an organization's network which means there are still gaps that might allow sensitive information to be exposed to malicious parties if they're not taken into consideration. Therefore, businesses should consider using blockchain technology to help prevent their information from leaking by adding another layer of security since it can be used to create an unchangeable record that cannot be altered.

Blockchain is a decentralized ledger that allows users to keep track of the activity that takes place on network nodes within this environment including details about what's being transmitted, who sent it, etc. This means that data about transactions/communications/etc. are shared across all computers running the software so there's no single point where this information is stored which makes it very difficult for hackers to access even if they manage to infiltrate one part of infrastructure however advanced their skills might be.

The biggest advantage associated with using blockchain technology is that it provides immutable records which means that even if someone breached the security infrastructure and got away with data it could be easily found out since hashes would show that these files weren't exactly as they should've been. In other words, companies can use this technology to make sure their information stays secure throughout its entire lifecycle which includes:

- Data transmission (when sent over the network)

- When it's kept on blockchain servers for whatever reason

- While at rest (stored on devices/servers)

To ensure that hackers have no way of accessing any data being transmitted from one location to another across a public or private cloud environment organizations need to implement blockchain solutions that can route all traffic through this type of network instead. Doing so will help them maintain complete control over what's being transmitted, who's sending it, where it ends up, how long it stays there, etc. without ever having to worry about unauthorized parties getting their hands on sensitive information.

On the other hand, if organizations decide to use blockchain technology to store data at rest this will ensure that nothing can be altered since every time a record is changed all users connected to this network will get an update thus creating an unchangeable history of what took place which means that even if someone managed to break into servers they wouldn't be able to do much with the information stored inside since everything would appear as though it was still in its initial state.

One drawback associated with using blockchain technology is that bandwidth/storage requirements are usually significantly higher than traditional solutions mainly because every node connected to this network has to download a full copy of data stored within this environment. Because of this, there might be latency issues which means it could take some time before an update reaches all other devices on the network meaning that transactions/communications/etc. could be stored in different places until a consensus is reached which can be problematic for some applications.

In addition, because blockchain technology requires users to encrypt all data before sending it over the internet most companies would need to invest in additional hardware (for their servers) and software (for devices hosted by employees) to make sure every device connecting to their networks are able-bodied enough to support this type of technology. Unfortunately, most organizations don't allocate budgets for upgrades like these nor do they have access to specialized staff able to implement such changes which mean that it might take a significant amount of time before they're able to reap the rewards associated with using blockchain technology.


In the past few years blockchain has become a buzzword in most industries so it's not surprising that even though this technology is relatively new to the market there are already dozens of companies offering blockchain solutions aimed at various segments including everything from managing healthcare records or protecting IoT devices and connected appliances.

The financial services industry (banking, investment, insurance) has been one of the first to take an interest in blockchain technology. Banks and other institutions which provide these services hope that by implementing blockchain they'll be able to offer their clients more secure platforms where they can store their money without worrying about someone getting access to sensitive information (e.g., passwords, account numbers, etc.).

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