Types of Cloud Services: Hybrid Cloud Computing Explained

In this video we’re going to talk about Cloud
Service. In particular, Hybrid Cloud Services and how
to you use them with your business. Good day Dan, how are you? Good, thanks Tim. So, you’re a CEO of an IT Services company
and I think you were talking to me before about the evolution of cloud services over
time. From public to private, and then a Hybrid
model. Can you talk to me about how that all unfolded? Well it actually started before that when
we had servers sitting in the office. And that’s what we would call as on-premise
servers. So then we had the evolution to public cloud,
and private cloud, and what we’ve settled on in the last few years is that all of them
are good technologies and businesses can use a piece of them to be able to build a solution
together. So business might use some on-premise, some
public cloud, some private cloud to be able to enable their users to work and access their
applications. Alright, let’s be specific here if we can. Why don’t you give an example from one of
your client experiences of someone who’s used sort of the best of all 3 worlds and roughly
what the configuration was. Look, most people that need to use a full
hybrid environment need to have applications close to their users. So maybe it’s an architect firm, or an engineering
firm, that has a lot of large files like CAD, or Revit files and things like that. So generally, what we would do is we would
still have it on premise server that has a large amount of storage and that storage is
for those large files that need to be close to the users. But then we might have their email sitting
in public cloud because that’s generally the best spot for their email. It’s accessible on all their devices. They can access it from anywhere in the world
and that’s the benefit of public cloud. Perhaps they’ve also then got an ARP system
or a financial system which needs to sit in a private cloud environment. So, that’s what we would build a private cloud
for. So that has some on premise, some public cloud,
and some in the private cloud which enables that full hybrid approach. So, it sounds a little bit technical. I’m imagining most people needing a little
bit of advice when it comes setting this up. What’s the process? What do people do if they’re interested in
finding out the specifics for their own company? Yeah, it really is just sitting down and looking
at what your users need to access. What do they need to access, how many people
need to access that data, and the instructions where we actually put the data or on how we
use, how we deploy a hybrid environment. And I know that, I mean of course you do run
an IT Services Company. So giving you a call might be a good first
step, especially for the areas that you guys are working with, and where does SaberVox
focus in terms of the people you, clients that you work with? So we tend to focus in the New South Wales,
Hunter Valley. But our customers can be anywhere and that’s
the advantage of the cloud. So we can have customers in Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane who can access our cloud in any of those locations. So, if a business comes to us in Regional
New South Wales, absolutely we can deal with them. We tend to find ourselves a specialist there. But if they’re in any location anywhere we
can tend to deploy a solution for them. Alright, terrific. Thank you so much. For those of you who’d like to find out more
about Hybrid Cloud Computing, or cloud services. Please get in touch through the website sabervox.com.au

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