Present day Cloud Computing comes in many forms and flavors. However, not every Cloud Model is ideal for your unique needs. So, the best solution is to develop a strong understanding of your cloud needs before you begin your search.

Choosing right Cloud Model and Cloud Services Provider

One key aspect of your IT Infrastructure is the level of flexibility it has to offer in constantly changing business needs. Indeed, selecting the right cloud model, or a combination thereof is a huge challenge in itself. In this post, we will try to make this decision a lot easier.

dinCloud is a very promising public cloud provider that offers a wide array of cloud hosted solutions. Some of its major cloud services include Virtual Desktops (dinHVD), Virtual Servers and Virtual Database Management solutions.

The Major Cloud Computing Models

Before we delve into what’s the best cloud model for your needs, let’s briefly discuss the three primary cloud computing models you can deploy.

Public Cloud

A public cloud model relies on the infrastructure and management of a third party Cloud Service Provider (CSP) that serves your cloud computing needs and those of others. This option is rapidly scalable but offers lesser flexibility and control over data.

Private Cloud

In this model, the deploying entity maintains all the hardware on premise. While this option is costly, it offers a lot more control over data. So far as scalability and flexibility are concerned, they are not as high when compared with the public cloud.

Hybrid Cloud

In this model, an entity relies on both public and private cloud for its workloads. This is a model that theoretically offers the best of both worlds. The deploying entity then decides which workloads to run over the public cloud and vice versa.

Evolving Business Models

The Covid-19 Pandemic has literally shook up the way millions of organizations used to execute their workloads. Even to this day, the situation is still constantly evolving, forcing organizations to make quick adjustments.

Cloud and Organizational Flexibility

With a quality CSP like dinCloud by your side, the cloud can be an ideal ecosystem when it comes to enhancing your organizational flexibility. dinCloud’s industry leading Hosted Virtual Desktops (dinHVD) can be scaled up or down at a moment’s notice.

Post Covid-19 Environment

Another aspect where cloud solutions like the ones offered by dinCloud shine is that we are not yet certain about the post Covid-19 world. Amidst this uncertainty, the cloud is a much safer choice as it does not involve huge sums of capital expenditures.

With dinCloud’s solutions, you can not only scale on the fly, but also support a fully remote workforce. The ability of organizations to sustain critical operations remotely has made the difference between life and death for millions of businesses globally.

Why a Hybrid Cloud is Best?

Now that we have developed a sound Understanding of Cloud Deployment Models, let’s discuss why a hybrid cloud model is the most suited option as compared to the public and private clouds, which form the two extremes of the cloud spectrum.

In a Hybrid Cloud, you can easily allocate workloads between your on premise infrastructure and the public cloud provider like dinCloud. Critical and sensitive workloads can easily be retained over the on premise hardware, with full control over sensitive data.

This approach otherwise reduces complications about regulatory compliance concerning sensitive or personal data. So far as routine or seasonal workloads are concerned, they are best handled by the robust and reliable architecture of a CSP like dinCloud.

Drawbacks of Hasty Cloud Deployment

In the specific context of the Covid-19 crisis and otherwise, undue haste can be a major pitfall when you are selecting a cloud deployment model. The same principle holds equally true when you are selecting the right Cloud Service Provider (CSP).

When you are selecting a cloud deployment model, you need to look beyond your existing needs and also incorporate future needs. You have to ignore immediate gains in favor of long term sustainability and stability when it comes to choosing cloud solutions.

Selecting the Right Cloud Provider

This phase is even more important than selecting the best cloud deployment model. Although there are many defining characteristics of a high quality CSP, but perhaps the most important aspect is customizability and flexibility.

Why Prefer dinCloud

As we have made a strong case for hybrid cloud, you must select a cloud provider like dinCloud that offers industry leading flexibility and customization in its cloud services. The services of large public cloud providers severely lack flexibility.

One more issue where dinCloud stands out from the crowd is cloud integration. For any hybrid cloud environment to deliver best results, there will be a need to seamlessly integrate the on premise and cloud infrastructure.

dinCloud has some of the best cloud professionals in the industry that will ensure a seamless integration of your On-Premise Infrastructure with our cloud architecture. You will then be able to avail both security and flexibility in your IT infrastructure.

Ease of Management with dinManage

At dinCloud, end user experience is also among the top priorities. With this in mind, we have developed a web based cloud orchestration portal called dinManage. Using this highly intuitive application, you can manage all key aspects of your cloud infrastructure.

Conclusion

In the Covid-19 crisis and beyond, cloud powered solutions will be playing a pivotal role in Business Continuity (BC) and remote work initiatives. With dinCloud’s industry leading cloud solutions, you can attain organizational goals effectively with minimal costs.

The flexibility, reliability and robustness built into dinCloud’s services ensure that your business remains uninterrupted in crises such as the ongoing pandemic or any similar disruptive events.

Contact Us for your hybrid cloud needs and we will both craft and integrate a cloud solution that is best suited to your needs, at an industry beating Flat Rate Pricing Model.