Cloud Services

AI, IoT, Big data & Cloud are not just new technologies but they are becoming the new norm in Industry. The customer is expecting a unique and personalized experience that can only be possible using these technologies. If you are falling behind in adoption then your competitor has a clear advantage.

Cloud hosting is not just a wish but has become a necessity today.


Cloud is an important step in accelerating your digital transformation journey.


The role of the IT department is changing rapidly from just maintaining infrastructure to enabling more disruptive technologies to help make products better.


You need not switch all of your infrastructures on the cloud but starting experience with a hybrid onsite and the hosted solution is important in this journey.


Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is the procurement of computing resources from a cloud computing provider or facility to host data, services, and/or solutions. In simple words, it is the process of outsourcing an organization’s computing and storage resources to a service provider.


Unlike traditional hosting, solutions are not deployed on a single server. Instead, a network of connected virtual and physical cloud servers hosts the application or website, ensuring greater flexibility and scalability.


Cloud hosting refers primarily to the use of virtual hardware, network, storage, and composite solutions from a cloud vendor. It is enabled through virtualization, whereby the entire computing capacity of an infrastructure or data center is distributed and delivered to multiple users simultaneously.  


  • Applications and solutions are deployed on a cloud network (not an on-premises single server) 

  • Resources scale to user needs. 

  • Organizations only pay for the resources they use. 

  • Cloud hosting can support SQL or NoSQL databases. 

  • Solutions are automated and controlled using APIs, web portals, and mobile apps. 


Microsoft Cloud Platform

Microsoft Cloud Platform approach allows IT to get all the benefits of scale, speed, and agility while still protecting existing investments. This means IT can now rapidly build and deploy applications, flexibly manage IT services, and support real-time analytics across all forms of data.


Microsoft Azure is a platform of interoperable cloud computing services, including open-source, standards-based technologies and proprietary solutions from Microsoft and other companies. Instead of building an on-premise server installation, or leasing physical servers from traditional data centers.

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What is Cloud Computing?

You are probably using cloud computing right now, even if you don’t realize it. If you use an online service to send email, watch online movies or store pictures on drives, it is likely that cloud computing is making it possible behind the scene. 


In simple words cloud computing is the delivery of computing services that includes servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence over the internet. Cloud offers faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies scale. 

What is Cloud Service?

A cloud service is any service made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing provider’s server. These services are designed to provide easy, affordable access to applications and resources, without the need for internal infrastructure or hardware and are fully managed by a cloud services provider. 

What types of cloud services are there?

The wide range of Cloud Services can be categorized into three basic types: 

  1. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 

IaaS provides users access to raw computing resources such processing power, data storage capacity, and networking, in the context of a secure data center. 


  1. Platform as a Service (PaaS) 

PaaS offerings provide computing and storage infrastructure and also a development platform layer, with components such as web servers, database management systems, and software development kits (SDKs) for various programming languages. 


  1. Software as a Service (SaaS) 

SaaS providers offer application-level services tailored to a wide variety of business needs, such as customer relationship management (CRM), marketing automation, or business analytics.