Market technology around the world migrated to Cloud Computing where many organizations organized and run most of their applications in cloud infrastructure. Cloud Computing is a means of utilizing cloud infrastructure or cloud software hosted with subscription services or paying per use.
If you migrate your application to public or private cloud, as usual the cloud solution provider can promise you - easy and fast deployment, upper class security, lower costs and more. But at this point, it is very important to know the important factors that must be considered when migrating to clouds outside of all marketing proclamation.
Integration problems with cloud computing
It is very important for companies to think of incoming integration, while deciding to embrace the SaaS-based application or PaAs model for your software requirements. Integration plays an important role when companies depend on more than one application for their business processes, requires a smooth data flow on it. With problems in integration, the purpose of hiring the application is left unfulfilled.
Therefore before deciding on cloud vendors, make sure you get an in-depth understanding of the process and integration problems, to handle it effectively even before migrating that will make the whole fine dish.
Cloud Computing helps companies save money for purchasing or software licenses. With a cost structure in the form of subscription fees, companies can avoid large investments in infrastructure and payments per use. But before migrating your application to the cloud, it is important to see your monthly and annual package options along with many aspects such as the number of subscriptions, services, bandwidth limitations, migration costs once, integration costs, and out fees. Also understand the complete price setup model for improving the version, increasing database, number of users, data storage, back-up, features, etc.
Keep an eye on your package regularly because of its limitations such as data storage, bandwidth use, back-up, database size, etc., which alternately helps you manage your costs well. Finally, find ways to improve ROI and Successful application metrics.
Cloud Security: Who is responsible?
Security is one of the main concerns for companies and end users who use the cloud. Vendor Cloud ideally must provide reliable services with security in several layers - data, applications, infrastructure and end users. Cloud security issues are more complex for users who do not have zero responsibilities.
According to the latest surveys conducted by the Ponemon Institute of the security of cloud computing providers, both customers and providers rarely take responsibility for data security in the cloud. In fact, most providers believe that it is the responsibility of customers to secure their data - which is unfair. While both parties show each other for data violations, in fact, both are equally responsible if data is hacked.
It is important that customers take the necessary actions for data security, without feeling that the Cloud solution will handle its own security issues. Therefore you can check with vendors about what they offer for data protection in addition to protecting your data with a safe password for data access and continue to update them.
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