Cloud is such a generic term. It can be spun in many ways, but it is essentially a shift in the way infrastructure, services and applications are delivered to the end user.
Cloud computing is a shift in traditional computing that gives businesses on-demand access to a variety of software and services while giving IT a shared pool of configurable computing resources at the platform, infrastructure and application layers.
Cloud computing and storage solutions provide users and enterprises with various capabilities to store and process their data in third-party data centers. It relies on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economies of scale, similar to a utility (like the electricity grid) over a network.
There are many variants of cloud computing to fit the complex requirements that the end user has. No need to cover off those because they probably don’t matter to you. What you want to know is that the cloud ticks all YOUR specific requirements.
TildaOne don’t actually do everything for you – we are the glue that makes everything work and assists when it doesn’t.
A significant consideration in not deploying on Cloud for your next deployment is that very few large companies are developing for on premise. Microsoft aren’t. Google don’t. Amazon Web Services has the largest year on year growth of a billion dollar company.
Cloud is the new normal.