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Red Hat Shares — Cloud services basics

Nastel Technologies®
May 27, 2022

An introduction to cloud services

Enterprises spent US$178 billion on cloud infrastructure services in 2021, 37% more than in 2020. And “global spending on cloud services is expected to reach over US$482 billion in 2022.” Clearly the use of cloud services is on the rise. But what are cloud services exactly, and why are they beneficial?

 

Cloud services are infrastructure, platforms, or software that are hosted by third-party providers and made available to users through the internet. They facilitate the flow of user data from front-end clients, through the internet, to the provider’s systems, and back.

 

Cloud services help organizations speed time to market, reduce operational complexity, and focus on core competencies, just to name a few benefits. Because cloud services eliminate the need to build, manage, and maintain IT infrastructures, developers can instead concentrate on new projects and create and deploy applications more quickly and more frequently. (More on cloud services benefits later.)

 

You might be wondering what the difference is between cloud services and managed services. A managed service is a bespoke service created for a single organization, hosted and managed by a third party. A cloud service is a ready-made service designed to support many users.

 

In this first Red Hat Shares issue of 2022, learn what cloud services are, why organizations use them, how to modernize your IT with cloud services, how cloud services can remove hybrid cloud complexity, and more.

 

This article originally appeared on redhat.com, to read the full article, click here.

Nastel Technologies is the global leader in Integration Infrastructure Management (i2M). It helps companies achieve flawless delivery of digital services powered by integration infrastructure by delivering Middleware Management, Monitoring, Tracking, and Analytics to detect anomalies, accelerate decisions, and enable customers to constantly innovate, to answer business-centric questions, and provide actionable guidance for decision-makers. It is particularly focused on IBM MQ, Apache Kafka, Solace, TIBCO EMS, ACE/IIB and also supports RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ, Blockchain, IOT, DataPower, MFT and many more.

 

The Nastel i2M Platform provides:

  • Secure self-service configuration management with auditing for governance & compliance
  • Message management for Application Development, Test, & Support
  • Real-time performance monitoring, alerting, and remediation
  • Business transaction tracking and IT message tracing
  • AIOps and APM
  • Automation for CI/CD DevOps
  • Analytics for root cause analysis & Management Information (MI)
  • Integration with ITSM/SIEM solutions including ServiceNow, Splunk, & AppDynamics

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