Trends in Private Cloud Hosting Solutions

Posted by ByteGrid Admin on December 6, 2017

Bytegrid_DecHUBB-Blog-Private-Cloud-Hosting-Solutions-ver1a.jpgStaying abreast of ever-evolving IT developments is a dizzying task. Not only is there a myriad of services and options available today with various methods of deployment, but there are also new ideas and technologies popping up every day it seems.

While this is not a comprehensive list, the following three trends are some of the most common in private cloud hosting solutions. You will also see the ByteGrid response to each.

Managing Cloud Costs

It seems that operating in a cloud environment can be a challenge for some companies when it comes to maintaining a clear picture of the engagement. With various pieces of their IT infrastructure hosted in the cloud, and perhaps some still on-premises, it can be easy to lose track of expenses if managed cloud costs are not properly documented and handled.

ByteGrid focuses on a collaborative approach from the initial engagement with each customer. Our team of cloud hosting experts provides best practice advice from years of experience so that your IT infrastructure is set up to meet your specifications in the most economical and efficient manner possible. We maintain transparency and communication regularly throughout our working engagement and clearly document your services and associated managed cloud costs, so there is never confusion or waste.

Running Applications in Multiple Clouds

Increasingly, companies are choosing to run applications in multiple clouds. This initiative is most commonly used for testing purposes. By changing variables and monitoring results, new ideas are born to improve productivity.

ByteGrid offers a variety of cloud hosting options including public cloud, managed private cloud, virtual private cloud, managed cloud, managed hybrid cloud, and even colocation. Testing on multiple clouds within the same environment enables a safe a secure method for testing and a simplified method of transition from one cloud to another.

Simplifying the Hybrid Approach

With many companies choosing a hybrid cloud model, it is key to the success of this approach that there is smooth integration and access between the on-premises infrastructure and the private cloud hosting infrastructure. With the vast array of variables in setups of on-site IT stacks, this can create challenges.

ByteGrid’s team of industry veterans is the antidote to this challenge. Having seen and worked in corporate IT for decades along with years of experience working with cloud hosting, there are few instances that our experts cannot solve. Best practice advice streamlines this process and sets up hybrid cloud solutions as effectively as possible.

For more information on private cloud hosting solutions or to speak with one of our experts, contact ByteGrid at 855-495-0098.

Topics: Cloud