What Is Cloud Computing?
The idea behind cloud computing is that software, services and information can be provided to users from a network of remote servers over an internet connection; rather than running locally on a computer or a local network server. Our Cloud solutions offer the resiliency and scalability that businesses need to be competitive. With Cloud Services, you simply concentrate on your job and leave the problem of providing dependable computing to Fogo!
Provisioning a complete environment solely for the use of a single client which typically will include physical servers, SAN, firewall, switches, internet hand-off, OS and Virtualization software. The equipment is owned and maintain by Fogo and the client has full access and permissions to manage the environment if they choose.
A Hybrid cloud combines two or more environments comprised of an on-premise, private, and/or public cloud offering. Your organization may want to keep its primary data in an on-premise environment, but you also want the performance and scalability of a cloud environment for some of your other applications. Fogo offers customized cloud solutions to provide a hybrid environment for your organization’s comprehensive IT objectives.
A public cloud service is built on an external platform run by a cloud service provider. With this off-site cloud service, users get their own cloud within a shared infrastructure. The provider offers everything from system resources to the security and maintenance of your cloud system. Since it is managed by an outside company specializing in cloud services for a wide range of customers, a public cloud system is great for organizations that want more elasticity, cost-effectiveness and the latest technology.
Fogo Virtual Private Servers are designed to help you grow and scale your business quickly and easily. We provide quick turn around times and our high availability systems provide superior uptime and are continuously monitored for performance.
Considerations When Moving to the Cloud
- Ease of Use
- Management and Provisioning
- Physical Security
- Business Needs
- Data Security
- Cost both upfront “CapEx” and ongoing management “OpEx”