This post explains the cloud computing advantages related to Microsoft Azure as well as other servers. Before all let’s understand what is the “Cloud Servers/Computing”.
“Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services: including servers, databases, storage, software, networking, analytics, and intelligence: over the Internet to offer faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies of scale.”
What are the Advantages?
- Geo Distribution
You can deploy apps and data to regional data centers around the globe, thereby ensuring that your customers always have the best performance in their region.
- High Availability
Depending on the service-level agreement (SLA) that you choose, your cloud-based apps can provide a continuous user experience with no apparent downtime, even when things go wrong.
- Disaster Recovery
By taking advantage of cloud-based backup services, data replication, and geo-distribution. You can deploy your apps with the confidence that comes from knowing that your data is safe in the event of disaster. Cloud-based services provide quick data recovery for all kinds of emergency scenarios, from natural disasters to power outages.
You can configure cloud-based apps to take advantage of auto scaling, so your apps always have the resources they need.
Apps in the cloud can scale vertically and horizontally
There are three deployment models for cloud computing: Public Cloud, Private Cloud, and Hybrid Cloud. Each deployment model has different aspects that you should consider as you migrate to the cloud. We’ll discuss about this later.