we believe it is important to...
understand your business case. This will help you evaluate short-term and long-term pricing options
know the different cloud providers to offer the best containerization, orchestration, APIs, routing and automation software
be comfortable with pricing, contracts, terms, scaling need and management so that costs don’t get out of hand
be familiar with dashboard services so that storage, services and apps, security can be monitored and managed properly
consider infrastructure as code and automate provisioning
determine if cloud is the answer. Many platforms on bare metal still have advantages that may serve your needs better
This service provides infrastructure like servers, operating systems, virtual machines, networks and storage on a rent basis. Such a service allows you to purchase, install, configure, and manage your own software and applications.
Companies such as AWS, GoogleCloud, and Digital Ocean give you IaaS.
This service is used in developing, testing, and maintaining software. Developers rent everything needed to build an application while relying on a cloud provider for development tools, infrastructure, and operating systems.
Companies such as CloudFlare, DataDog, Pulumi, and StackPath provide PaaS.
These services make their application available to users through the Internet on a subscription basis.
SalesForce, Gsuite, Dropbox, and Zoom are a few examples that perform SaaS.