Cloud System

What is cloud computing?

Aspects and definition of the SaaS, PaaS, DaaS, IaaS platforms. What is cloud computing? Possibility of relying on a specialized provider for the management of one or more IT resources that, from that moment on, are provided via the Web through an outsourcing contract. All this, without the company having to bear the costs of purchasing licenses or machines to take advantage of services indispensable to the business. the supplier to maintain all the infrastructure necessary to manage and distribute the services based on the request (on demand) and with a pay per use formula. All with a subscription to Read More

Oracle Public Cloud Services: IOT (parte 3)

My preceding articles discussed some general topics about Oracle Cloud Services. Well, cloud services are a great thing, I agree, but some of you could put the following question: “Is there any application or family of applications specifically suited to run in the cloud?” Perhaps there are many, but one of them is currently under the spot: Internet of Things or shortly IoT. INTERNET OF THINGS Acquire, manage and analyze data sent by a network of physical devices (from simple sensors to flyng drones) Data is used to monitor and control a geographically distributed service, but also to improve its Read More

Oracle Public Cloud Services (PART 1 OF 3)

There is a lot of rumor on cloud applications and services, but there is also a lot of misunderstanding. Cloud services are often confused with hosting services, merely a piece of the whole cake! Oracle proposition distinguishes on three types of cloud services: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): storage, servers, networking in cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS): database, web server, app server, analytics, integration… in cloud Software as a Service (SaaS): ERP, CRM, HR, apps suite in cloud The first one, if applied on servers (Virtual Machines, hosts, clusters, …) or on storage (disks, tapes, …) are true hosting Read More

The benefits of Cloud

The Cloud not only allows you to reduce IT costs, but free resources and time that can reasonably be reinvested. This emerges from a study commissioned by Rackspace to research company Vanson Bourne, which involved 1,300 companies located in England and the United States, of which about 300 over a thousand employees, and 1,000 small and medium-sized, in areas as diverse as financial services, retail , IT, manufacturing, professional services, media, logistics, and more. From the research, emerges as the reduction of costs associated with the use of the Cloud, it is not the primary goal of adoption for the Read More