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Medium-tech example: backup and file-storage systems
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A slightly more ambitious approach a small to medium business can take is to begin moving some of its traditional IT services to the cloud. One common IT task is the backing up of the corporate file-share systems. Organizations often do this using a tape backup system at regular intervals. They can move these backup tapes to a remote location so that if the office location that contains the original is destroyed, the data on the backup can be recovered. The importance of remote backups for organizations of any size can t be overemphasized. In the event of a disaster, it can mean the difference between staying in business and going out of business. Because the cloud is remote and located in an offsite third-party location, it s naturally suited to offsite backups. An initial copy of the data to be backed up can be sent to the cloud provider on physical media. From then on, differentials can be sent over the internet, providing a safe, offsite copy of the data. From using the cloud as a storage location for backups, it s only a small step to using it as the primary file-storage system for a corporate document-management system. As mentioned in section 3.3.3, you must take care if the data is extremely sensitive or subject to compliance or regulatory controls; but otherwise it s possible to store confidential corporate data in this matter. More than one million users in corporations of all sizes are storing confidential CRM data on the cloud using Salesforce.com.
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The final example relates to a small to medium business that develops software, either as a product (an independent software vendor [ISV]) or a service (a SaaS provider). These types of companies can use cloud services as a part of a cost-effective and flexible product-development process. The fact that cloud services can be provisioned on an on-demand basis means that companies can develop and test products without the capital expense of provisioning new hardware. For an ISV developing enterprise software, for example, the cost of a quality assurance (QA) test lab to verify the functionality of the solution can be greatly reduced by using the Amazon cloud. A virtual test lab running in both Windows and
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Linux environments, and testing compatibility with different web and application servers, and different database environments, such as Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and even DB2, is possible with zero up-front expense. Once the testing cycle is complete, there s no ongoing expense associated with the QA environment, and it can be fired up when needed on the next development cycle. For SaaS providers, where the ultimate offering being developed is a service, gains aren t limited to the development and testing cycle. After a new product is fully developed and tested, the provider can directly launch it on the cloud with much less financial exposure than was previously possible. When the new product has proved itself, the company can decide whether it s advantageous to continue to serve it for the cloud, or whether it should be brought in-house for more control.
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As you ve seen in the last two sections, startups and small and medium businesses are using cloud computing to great advantage. In many cases, these smaller organizations either have no other feasible choice to deploy their applications other than on the cloud, or to do so doesn t make business sense because of the clear cost advantage of the cloud solution. Smaller organizations tend to be less fettered by constraints and requirements around security, availability, and reliability. They also usually have less formalized processes and procedures in place to govern the deployment of applications. It s probably not surprising that larger enterprises have been less aggressive in moving to the cloud. Unlike in smaller organizations, their IT departments must operate under stricter rules, guidelines, and procedures. Many of the applications they deploy and operate are mission critical in nature and hence have stringent security and performance requirements. Furthermore, because of the size of the organizations, they often have more resources available and hence more choices. Some larger and more advanced organizations may be evolving toward a cloud-like deployment model after several years of experience virtualizing their data-center resources. We ll look at these internal or private clouds in more detail later. For now, let s look at a few case studies of successful initiatives by large enterprises using public cloud services.
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