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Cloud Use and Network Availability Zane A. BradyCloud Use and Network AvailabilityInduvial assignment NTC/4909/4/19Zane A. BradyGlobal Network Architecture and DesignNTC/409DanielDronsick
Cloud Use and Network Availability Zane A. BradyCloud usage and Network availability IntroductionCloud computing easily becoming the way of the future when it comes to the network needs, Scalability, Cost and Availability. The Traditional Architecture working with physical servers and data farms the cost to keep the equipment cool and the maintenance needed to it the manpower to support it the cost for expansion the list goes on for what it can take to run the traditional setup. With cloud that is eliminated with the use of VM’s or Virtual machines possibilities become to a degree limitless the cost is more efficient for your company potentially giving you and advantage and ability to grow quick getting ahead of your competitors. What does cloud mean to you?Can be a bit confusing at first a bit overwhelming but it a very efficient way to effectivelyrun a business. Imagine a Data Center with hundreds of servers now let’s take the components of the servers and turn them into data or virtualize them making them accessible anywhere in the world via Internet connection with many different options for task you need to accomplish say you need to present a excel document to your team you don’t have access to your work PC but you have been authorized to use your personal device and your company is utilizing O365, boomOffice.com sign-in using your company created email with your profile allow being stuffed full of different application access selected from a app catalog Microsoft offers like so many other companies VM Ware, Citrix, O365. She was able to access complete the needed excel file she pulled from her teams OneDrive a Cloud storage option and “Bam” completed launching her forward compared to having to go in to office booting her pc and so on Cloud makes it that mucheasier to complete what is need from servers and applications data access all held and hosted for your convenience easily able to track usage and where data lose or increase is happening and growth the scalability of Cloud is massive and can fit exactly what your company needs.Global Network Architecture and DesignNTC/409DanielDronsick
Cloud Use and Network Availability Zane A. BradyCloud can be broken down into 3 types of Cloud services they are Private Cloud, Public Cloud, and Hybrid Cloud. Blow gives a description of each type of cloud.Private Cloud: “According to Techopedia”Private cloud refers to a model of cloud computing where IT services are provisioned over private IT infrastructure for the dedicated use of a single organization. A private cloud is usually managed via internal resources. The terms private cloud and virtual private cloud (VPC) are often used interchangeably. Technically speaking, a VPC is a private cloud using a third-party cloud provider's infrastructure, while a private cloud is implemented over internal infrastructure.