Four Irresistible Cloud Computing Innovations For On-site Computing

Using Cloud Computing services is not only about moving your workloads to a data center far away from your physical location. Over the past few years, new innovative ways involving cloud technologies with on-site computing have emerged. 

Such genuine cloud innovations can show immediate benefits and solve long-standing issues faced in on-site or on-premise computing. 

So, today, we present to you:

Four Compelling Cloud Capabilities

1. Serverless Computing Services

Serverless computing is getting very popular in the past few years. It allows developers to code without worrying about the OS and hardware their application will run on. The serverless service provider will take care of all these concerns, and the ops team will not have to spend countless hours monitoring whether relevant devices are working correctly or not. 

AWS offers serverless services, such as AWS Lambda and Fargate, which allow you to forget about provisioning or monitoring on-site servers. You can scale up or down your resources as needed.

AWS Lambda is a serverless event-driven compute service that allows you to run code for any kind of application without monitoring or allocating servers. While AWS Fargate is a pay-as-you-go containers and Kubernetes serverless service that allows you to build containerized applications without worrying about server management.

2. Planetary Databases

Like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, major Cloud Computing providers are switching from SQL to NoSQL databases. They have implemented these distributed databases on a planet-scale, achieving horizontal scalability, dependable consistency, and up to 99.999% availability in the process.  One of more popular examples of planetary databases is Azure Cosmos DB.

Amazon DynamoDB (a key-value NoSQL database) is helping solve many on-premise database management and scaling issues. Similarly, Azure provides four different types of NoSQL databases that include key-value, document, columnar and graph.

3. Auto Scaling Servers

If you’re not using cloud services to scale up your applications in the cloud, then you should make use of these services. Available among most public cloud providers, auto scaling servers allow you to automatically scale up or down virtual machines (VMs) and services as per the requirements.

The auto-scaling services reduce capex as businesses buy what they need and scale according to needs. Autoscaling also allows us to increase resources at peak times and then to reduce resources at normal operating conditions.

4. Hybrid Computing Services

Some businesses require on-premise servers for quick access and distributed servers for storing data for long periods. Now, most cloud vendors have developed a solution offering hybrid services. 

These hybrid solutions offer you a mixture of edge cloud resources, close to the company premises, and distributed resources on the public cloud. Once all these resources connect with the server on-premise, you get a hybrid Cloud Computing  infrastructure.

Amazon offers services like AWS Outposts that extends AWS infrastructure, services and APIs to any datacenter or on premise facility for a consistent hybrid environment. With Azure you get cloud services, such as Stack Edge, to use hardware-as-a-service and enjoy smooth cloud-to-edge experience. 

Puffersoft Is A Cloud Services Provider

At Puffersoft, we offer you the best Cloud Computing Services to grow your business. We provide you with personalized cloud solutions no matter which type of business you operate. Using past successes, our team can migrate your company operations to the cloud or help improve the availability, security, and scalability of existing cloud infrastructure.