Posts Tagged ‘cloud agnostic’
What Is Cloud Agnostic?
Learn more about the pros and cons of cloud agnostic tools for your organization. In this article, you will learn about: Table of Contents What Does Cloud Agnostic Mean? At the general level, “cloud agnostic” means that your applications and workloads can function on any cloud platform. Instead of getting stuck with one platform, you…Read More
Pros and Cons of Cloud Agnostic
Cloud computing benefits organizations in several ways. More than half of businesses that adopt cloud services say that they experience better security. An impressive 87% of companies say that cloud services accelerate their business processes. Cloud agnostic has become a popular option for companies that want more flexibility, scalability, and cost controls. Cloud agnostic can also…Read More
Cloud Agnostic Architecture Strategies
The landscape of business IT and computing has altered dramatically over the last few years. At least 91% of organizations have adopted the public cloud for a multitude of tasks. Public Cloud refers to cloud computing services such as storage, software, and virtual machines provided by third parties over the internet. Some of the biggest public cloud providers…Read More
Cloud Agnostic vs Cloud Native
Introduction Cloud technology has become essential for many industries. A report from 2019 shows that 87% of companies accelerate their business processes by adopting cloud services. As you start to explore the technology, you will probably find a lot of cloud providers talking about cloud agnostic vs cloud native architecture. You should understand the differences before you make…Read More
Why Aren’t You Developing in the Cloud?
Cloud computing has completely altered software distribution. Traditionally, software licenses were purchased, installed and accessed on personal machines. Today, most applications are service based and accessible from any network connected device. E-mail, documents and even business applications have transitioned to SaaS applications and give users quicker access, more control and fewer dependencies compared to…Read More