The moment you hear the word “Cloud”, the first thing that comes up to every person’s mind are the storage solutions that we use on a day to day basis like Google Drive and many more. It doesn’t only allow us to store our data but also helps with backing up, execute date like opening up your files within a cloud to see if that’s the right file you want to download. Cloud has been in the play for a fair bit of time and when it comes to enterprise – the word “Cloud” means bigger than you think.
In today’s world, Cloud allows a user to access their data on a next level or even open up a full fledged application on the web to use better hardware to power things up. Cloud services has been growing over the years and in fact, a lot of businesses depend on it. Be it, SMEs or even enterprise companies that has a huge mass of data. One of the reasons why Cloud services are growing is due to the flexibility and how secure it’s getting. The option to access anywhere, anytime is just amazing. With that said, we have been taking a look at three different services – VPC, Dedicated Cloud and Cloud in a Box – but in this article, it’s going to be all about Virtual Private Cloud.
What is a Virtual Private Cloud?
VPC, short for Virtual Private Cloud is a configurable pool of shared computing resources that’s allocated within a public cloud environment. This provides a certain level of isolation between different organizations that’s using the resources.
To put it in a layman term, VPC is basically like a shared office space where you get your own room to do your personal things but share the common resources with the other office space. In this case, the Shared office space is the host, the room is your isolated area to store all your documents and the storage capacity is the common resource.
The benefits of a VPC
Virtual Private Cloud has its fair share of benefits. What it does is that – it reduces IT infrastructure acquisition costs by transforming from Capital expenditures to Operating Expenditure based. To give a short understanding on what exactly CapEx – it shows how much funds a company spends on fixed assets – for instance, purchase, maintaining and so on. OpEx on the other hand are funds that a company uses to run daily.
This gives the user an upper hand in directly managing the network components – this includes IP addresses, subnets, network gateways and control policies. Not to forget a predictable monthly cost.
Who is VPS for?
This Cloud service is targeted towards an organization who wants to free up their work look from their current local infrastructure to the cloud in the OpEx model – thus giving the space for resources that requires a lot of attention – perhaps mission critical application. This brings to one of the services that we have seen out in the Malaysian market – AVM Virtual Private Cloud.
Why AVM Virtual Private Cloud?
AVM offers three different cloud services and one of them is AVM VPC. These services offered by AVM does come with value added service. Tenants can access to various Tier storage based on the application needs, which ensures cost efficiency and being able to offer optimum performance at the same time.
Speed is key. With that said, AVM Cloud Services uses high speed data network in Malaysia with multiple data center connected to it. They offer their clients the best connectivity and lower latency possible. The 24/7 support with their locally trained and certified support team will be able to assist you anything pertaining to the Cloud Service you use.
This shows that their service is reliable as that is one of the most important aspect to a good cloud service. One important feature a cloud service requires – a good security system. AVM Cloud Services are protected by Trend Micro, the world’s leading company that deals with top-tier security in data center protection. Not just that, they offer Anti-virus, Anti-Malware, Deep Security to Advance Protection Threats Solutions for their tenants.
To know more and get in touch with them, head over to http://www.avmcloud.net/
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