Tag: Infrastructure

Cloud repatriation

Cloud repatriation to dedicated IT solutions

Cloud repatriation is gaining popularity among CIOs and CTOs to achieve higher performance, control and cost efficiency as projects evolve and scale. It is a valuable tool to relocate workloads when the balance between costs and benefits is not as expected. Repatriation generally involves migrating to a dedicated solution that works best for running the

Cloud migration strategies

Cloud migration strategies and challenges

There are different cloud migration strategies among which organizations can choose when they decide to outsource their infrastructure. As well as diverse challenges that they often have to overcome. Main cloud migration strategies A cloud migration strategy is a plan to move data, applications and workloads into the cloud. Cloud migration strategies generally refer to

Types of hypervisors: bare-metal and hosted

Hypervisors: definition, types and solutions

Hypervisors are an essential part of the technology supporting cloud computing. There are two types of hypervisors — type 1 or bare-metal and type 2 or hosted, and numerous solutions in the market. In this post we are going to cover both types, including a list of well-known hypervisor solutions — both commercial and open-source.

How to achieve cloud resilience

How to achieve cloud resilience and why does it matter

Cloud resilience is at the core of business continuity. It is key to ensure your business can effectively recover from a failure or disaster. It entails, for instance, leveraging suitable cloud services, HA and disaster recovery solutions to keep operations running even in the worst scenarios. What is cloud resilience? Cloud resilience refers to the

On-premise to cloud migration: adding value & reducing costs

Migrating from on-premise to cloud: adding value & reducing costs

Migrating from on-premise to cloud is often considered not only as a way of reducing costs but also as a strategy to add value to businesses. When migrating from an on-premise to a cloud datacenter, companies can enjoy many intangible benefits in addition to cost savings. Therefore, when calculating “cloud ROI”, companies should consider multiple


CAPEX vs OPEX in IT projects

CAPEX or OPEX? There is no one-size-fits-all solution for all businesses. So making a well-informed decision is clearly the way to go. Cost-efficiency and agility are key for competitiveness in an always changing economy. But there are many other aspects to consider as well. CAPEX vs OPEX While large capital investments on IT can be

Beneficios de la nube privada en 3 sectores diferentes

Benefits of private cloud in 3 different sectors

Let’s assess the benefits of private cloud in 3 different sectors. Many companies can benefit from private cloud features and advantages, regardless of their size and industry. In this post, we have collected 3 customer success stories that have chosen the private cloud as their infrastructure solution. Private cloud for B2B software Gesio® is an

Black Friday Technical Strategy: plan in advance, adapt your infrastructure, test all services, minimize risks and be available.

5 steps to technically succeed in your Black Friday Strategy

Preparing your eCommerce Black Friday strategy? Keep in mind these 5 simple steps to ensure your eCommerce site can make the most of this campaign. With consumers getting more and more sophisticated and demanding, every second counts. Thus, high-availability, performance and security are more important than ever. A great sales and marketing plan can bring

Plesk control panel

Plesk: features, releases and licenses

Plesk is the most popular commercial web hosting control panel on the market. It is actively developed by Plesk International GmbH, under a proprietary license, and its last release is Plesk Obsidian. What is Plesk? Plesk is a commercial web hosting control panel developed for Linux and Windows. It is targeted to infrastructure providers, IT

What is a cloud server?

What is a cloud server?

Cloud servers are virtual servers that, just as traditional servers, deliver processing power and data storage. However, they are virtualized, delivered over a public or private network, using IPv4 or IPv6, and accessed remotely. How does a cloud server work? Cloud servers are virtualized using a hypervisor like VMware or Openstack. The hypervisor acts as


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