Webberstop Public Cloud
Webberstop India offers cloud-based services such as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), or software as a service (SaaS) to users for either a monthly, Quarterly or Annual payment schedules, eliminating the need for users to host these services on-site or in their own data center.
The data centers that are virtualised into VM’s and shared by Customers. Customers may simply rent the use of those virtual machines, or they may pay for additional cloud-based services such as software applications, application development tools, or storage. Companies often use services for less-sensitive applications that have unpredictable spikes in usage or for storing data that does not require frequent access.
Its makes computing resources available to anyone for purchase. Multiple users typically share the use of a public cloud. In contrast, private cloud involves cloud-based services that are hosted within an organization’s own private servers
WHY PUBLIC CLOUD?
Many enterprise businesses look to public cloud as a way to scale existing IT resources on demand without committing to expanding their physical IT infrastructure. For instance, instead of purchasing a physical desktop machine, a company can purchase a virtual desktop license. The virtual desktop can be spun up or deactivated in minutes and can be located anywhere, instantly.
As data saved on a cloud platform is backed up and available from anywhere, it is also a well-liked storage solution. Data that doesn’t need to be accessed regularly can frequently be stored in the cloud service for very little money because to the variety of storage options available.
For companies that host an application with periods of peak usage, the public cloud makes perfect sense because the extra computing power is only needed for a short time.
Using the services can save businesses money in a couple of different ways:
– Lower equipment purchase costs
– Lower equipment maintenance costs
A small or new business may have an easier time migrating applications to the public cloud; organizations with a large legacy IT infrastructure and applications have more to consider and plan for. However, more and more enterprise businesses are moving toward public cloud as one element of a multi-faceted IT plan. This way, they can access the benefits of cloud while also maintaining the different benefits that come with on-premises architecture and private cloud options