Cloud Solutions & Management
Our Experts Will Help You Choose the Right Cloud Solution!
Our managed cloud services are accessible to multiple designated endpoints anytime, anywhere. That means you and your team members and partners can conduct business on the go, safely and securely, without interruption.
We work with you to identify your needs and set your objectives to ensure business continuity. Let us help you identify the right applications for your business and provide all of your service, support, and maintenance while increasing your productivity and meeting your budgetary requirements.
Which Cloud Computing Model is Best for Your Business?
Cloud computing helps to benefit companies by reducing their IT costs, offering flexibility and efficiency, and improving scalability as well as information sharing. There are several types of cloud computing and there is certainly no “one size fits all” model. As a business owner, it’s important to identify which cloud solution is the most suitable model for you.
The different types of models differ based on how data is stored, how data sharing occurs, and how cloud-defined applications run. The main types of models can be categorized into the following categories: private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud, or multi-cloud. Here are the features of each model:
The private cloud is a single tenancy model that has only private exposure and is located inside an organization’s network. The organization itself manages this cloud and provides all hardware components. Because of this, the cost of a private cloud is more costly.
The public cloud is the most common model and makes resources available to the public via the internet. Because public cloud solutions can offer higher elasticity and scalability, they are typically lower in cost.
The hybrid cloud is a mix of both public and private cloud solutions where sensitive applications are privatized, but common services are hosted in the public cloud. Because of this, users can use the application and data workloads situated in both the private and public clouds.
While the hybrid cloud and multi-cloud models may appear to be the same, there are significant differences between the two. While a hybrid cloud uses a combination of private and public clouds, a multi-cloud model is used by organizations that leverage resources, applications, containers, and microservices from different cloud providers to meet business needs.
Cloud computing is here to stay, and it is important for your business to start preparing now to shift your data and applications to the cloud. Don’t be limited by what’s available from a particular provider. K3 Technology can help you make the transition to the cloud easier. Contact us today to see how we can help!