The public cloud is today the main model of cloud computing delivery, where the provision of services is achieved through the Internet by exploiting pools of virtualized resources shared among all users (multitenant logic). Starting with consumer applications (some examples are Gmail, Dropbox, Whatsapp, Skype…), the public cloud has become attractive to businesses, starting with applications to support new digital businesses, where the need for speed, sizing and cost of infrastructures such as Snowflake Cloud are more critical; continuing with applications that require chatbot functionality, big data analysis, artificial intelligence and machine learning that can not otherwise be implemented with traditional methods.
The Cloud indicates a set of online services whose use is simplified by abstracting from the details of the infrastructures intended as computing resources, data or servers.
The major services enclosed by the term Cloud are, storage, processing and transmission of data. As we can see lately, the cloud is proposed in a bit ‘in all fields in the world of information technology and marketing tries to leverage this term to attract the majority of users.
In this article we will focus on the most used part of the Cloud, dedicated to data storage, which is called “cloud storage”.
The Snowflake Cloud Storage was created to provide a large amount of additional data space accessible wherever we find ourselves.
In this way we will no longer have problems of forgetting files to take to work at home, we will no longer have copies of the same files scattered around computers and smartphones, but there will be only one place to upload and download files that are always updated and not in different copies maybe different from each other and more importantly we will no longer risk losing a file, following the theft or breakage of our computer or smartphone, thanks to the backup made via the cloud as these data are saved online.
In summary, Cloud storage solves four types of problems:
- Lack of local physical space for storage
- Access to data on the Internet continuously and wherever we are
- Virtually no risk of data loss
- Ability to back up an offsite device that is always up-to-date and available everywhere
Having your data on the Internet, in the Snowflake Cloud, in addition to allowing you to occupy a data space that you do not physically own, allows access wherever you are to all the information we have stored with the ability to consult, update or simply move the stored data.
Whether you have been starting a startup or have been running an SME for years, you need to understand the technology you are using and the security measures you are using. All companies have an ethical and legal responsibility to protect data, from private personal information to data received from customers. That is why it is essential to carefully select how your data is stored in the cloud and choose the right company for the India Snowflake Implementation.
In this case, the choice and management of the server is not delegated to an external supplier but is entirely the responsibility of the company, within which specialized technicians and experts in the operation and above all in the maintenance of private Clouds must work.