The concept “oversubscription” is a term often used when talking about cloud computing. The oversubscription of resources in cloud computing happens when a shared hosting or Public Cloud provider offers a series of computing resources that exceed the available capacity, because they assume customers don’t use all the resources offered. However, oversubscription isn’t a new
A good monitoring system is indispensable for optimizing IT system administration and increasing efficiency. All the data stored in the monitoring systems and logs is really important both for predicting problems and being proactive. At Stackscale we are aware of the importance of system monitoring services, that is why we integrate them in every project
In this post we want to collect the most common terms in cloud computing; from basic concepts such as the cloud service models and types to more specialized concepts related to cloud computing. Let’s start from the beginning… What’s cloud computing? Cloud computing is a computing resources and services distribution model —from applications to storage
In this article we are going to present the types of cloud and their main features. Although the cloud computing concept is anything but new (it was previously known as virtualization), the evolution of cloud computing has radically changed the traditional IT services model. These changes entail numerous advantages and the implementation of cloud solutions
SaaS, PaaS and IaaS are the main three cloud computing service models. Each cloud service model covers different users’ and companies’ needs, and provides a different level of control, security and scalability. SaaS (Software as a Service) SaaS consist of delivering cloud-based applications to users over the Internet. In this cloud service model software is
A Data Center or Internet Data Center is a facility where an organization or a service provider centralizes their necessary computing resources. You might have heard about it a lot lately, since the term Data Center has become very common. Nowadays, most of the data we manage — from mobile phones, tablets and computers — ends up stored in these Data Centers. Actually, many people refer to Data Centers as the Cloud, in a more generic way.
Interxion — specialized in independent Data Centers for the accommodation of ICT equipment — has held the 2014 survey to providers of Hosting services and Cloud in Europe. Held for the second consecutive year, it was based on interviews to more than 400 companies (61 of them are Spanish), as well as managers in the