How to decide between public, private and hybrid cloud

19 June 2020 | Ignatius Wong, Director, Product Management (Hybrid Cloud & IT Solutions), CenturyLink Asia Pacific
The silver lining in IT for most enterprises today, cloud computing has developed to be a multi-purpose alternative to on-premise storage for businesses. It has caused an unprecedented shift in how digital businesses store, process, and access data from an external platform, while also empowering them to run software without installing it.
Realizing the versatile benefits of cloud computing, Japanese firms have been investing hugely in public cloud services and infrastructure.
Public cloud services expenditure in Japan was valued at US$7.4 billion in 2019. 

Moreover, the rate of public cloud spending in Japan is expected to grow to 4.4% in 2022 from 3.0% in 2019.

The above study found that cloud computing is rapidly catching on among Japanese enterprises because it helps them improve business agility as a whole. According to IDC, enterprises claim that providing a cloud experience across every organizational layer is key. However, many organizations still struggle with finding the right IT environment for their workloads as they are either caught up in maintaining complex legacy architecture or are stuck with expensive cloud resources that tend to spin out of control.

To gain the most out of cloud computing, businesses must be able to determine the right cloud computing deployment model for their specific workloads. A cloud deployment model is a specific configuration of the proprietorship and accessibility of the storage size, and the deployment infrastructure and the deployment types differ according to who controls the infrastructure and where it is located. Here, we will learn the fundamentals of cloud deployment models and see how the right managed cloud services provider can help you determine the right deployment model to improve business and cloud performance for your organization.
Find out in this blog:
What is cloud computing, and what are cloud deployment models?
What is the public cloud deployment model?
What is the private cloud deployment model?
What is the hybrid cloud deployment model?
How to select the best cloud deployment model for your business?
How to choose the right managed cloud services provider?

How can CenturyLink help businesses? 

Keeping a pulse on the pace of innovation in managed cloud services space is very important. CenturyLink is pleased to be recognized in the industry and awarded the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership Award for Hybrid Cloud Management Platforms in the  managed cloud services market. Additionally, CenturyLink is also validated by various Information Security Compliance auditors after having its commitment to operational excellence realized by them and is ISO 27001:2013, ISO 22301:12, ISO 9001:2015, and ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 certified.

CenturyLink keeps abreast of the latest cloud computing trends and works with you to come up with customized cloud-computing solutions designed for your specific IT requirements. CenturyLink's expansive portfolio of diverse cloud solutions helps provide businesses with comprehensive cloud expertise and improves infrastructure efficiency with an enterprise-ready cloud. From network security to data to on-demand services and scalable applications, CenturyLink enables you with affordable solutions to put all the benefits of the cloud at your disposal.

Interested to know how cloud computing can transform your business?
This content is provided for informational purposes only and may require additional research and substantiation by the end user. In addition, the information is provided “as is” without any warranty or condition of any kind, either express or implied. Use of this information is at the end user’s own risk. CenturyLink does not warrant that the information will meet the end user’s requirements or that the implementation or usage of this information will result in the desired outcome of the end user. This document represents CenturyLink’s products and offerings as of the date of issue. Services not available everywhere. Business customers only. CenturyLink may change or cancel products and services or substitute similar products and services at its sole discretion without notice. ©2020 CenturyLink. All Rights Reserved.
CenturyLink |

Related Articles

About Us           Accessibility           Cookie Settings          Legal           Legal Notices            Newsroom           Privacy
© 2020 CenturyLink. All Rights Reserved. Third party marks are the property of their respective owners.

Where digital business goes to network
Where digital business goes to network