The adoption of cloud computing is expanding, due in particular to the constant evolution of technology trends and customer demands for new services. Cloud technology enables companies to develop innovative, state-of-the-art, and flexible solutions that address the challenges of our interconnected and bespoke world.
Cloud computing provides access to practical demand to shared reserves of computing resources. This solution provides organizations with new ways to develop, deploy, and apply their IT solutions. Indeed, it improves efficiency, reduces costs or rebalances investment and operating expenses. A relevant cloud strategy can provide the flexibility and scalability required to respond quickly to new requirements and grow, but also lead to the path of IT modernization.
Which strategy represents the ideal solution for your business?
Several options are available, including public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud solutions. Many companies have adopted a multicloud approach, namely a combination of these options. Watch the Cloud Fundamentals video that details public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud solutions.
A SUSE Cloud specialist will be happy to help you make your choice.
Take up business challenges with the OpenStack Private Cloud
A private cloud is provided for the exclusive use of a single organization, usually within its own firewall. It provides security within your organization, which facilitates the management of data governance, compliance and regulatory requirements.
OpenStack is the ideal choice for Software-defined Infrastructure (SDI) for the development of new innovative business workloads, for DevOps initiatives or for transforming traditional data centers. The solution provides a feature-rich private cloud that makes your IT investment profitable, reduces costs, improves efficiency and generates growth.
SUSE OpenStack Cloud is the best open source private cloud for enterprises seeking flexibility, innovation and value-added to meet today’s business, competitive and industry challenges. This is the operational OpenStack platform for non-OS, virtualized, or cloud-based applications. It also covers the hosting or migration of traditional or business workloads.
The company ready for IT in cloud
Develop a plan and address key challenges and address the main challenges
For a company, cloud computing is a major opportunity to improve its results, thanks to a innovative and cost-effective delivery of IT services and business. A “business ready for cloud computing” will adopt and implement a cloud-based approach to the provision of its IT services. According to his supporters, this approach will become, over time, the one used by default all companies.
However, be content to outsource IT to suppliers of cloud services, as a first option, will not be enough to achieve the required transformation. The company will have to reorientate its axis, skills and architecture in order to change the way IT services are offered, exploited and consumed.
This first article in a series on the business ready for cloud computing deals with the first phase of the transformation: establish and implement a master plan.