Four Steps to Building a Successful Private Cloud with Azure Stack
As the business environment continues to evolve, an array of technology service models have emerged over the recent years. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) are the three options available to companies contemplating the adoption of cloud computing. According to Gartner, Microsoft was one of the leaders in the IaaS category in 2017, offering both public and private cloud solutions.
Private cloud computing is ideal for businesses working within industry specific constraints or those that are looking to improve their computing efficiency. Several turnkey private cloud computing solutions are available today, making it easy for organizations to choose one. It is therefore important to carefully analyze individual business requirements and select the optimal solution. Solutions that offer infrastructure automation, provide plug and play connectors to integrate with existing applications, and lower developer dependency levels by supplying pre-defined templates, are good options.
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