5 Part Recipe to Implement Cloud-Based Applications

As a service provider, cloud-based applications can serve as a way to obtain more revenue for your company and more effectively meet your end users' needs. This blog lays out a five-part recipe for implementing cloud-based applications in your cloud environment. It is a complex process to implement cloud-based applications in your cloud environment, but if implemented according to a plan that your team members can follow, it can be simplified so that you can provide custom applications to your end users.

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How to End Cloud Data Overload in Your Cloud Service Model

There is no argument that there is a lot of data in the networks on the web, and it is evident that the number is only growing. Data overload in the cloud is a major issue for all cloud service providers. Because of the position that they are in, it is likely that they will experience overload at one point or another. It is imperative that service providers understand the implications this brings and learn how to mitigate these issues.

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4 Essential Tips for How to Use the Cloud

There are several essential tips to know about when you are preparing to use the cloud. Below I have outlined four that are a necessary part of understanding how your cloud works and allow you to utilize the full benefits your cloud environment offers. While these are an important component of your cloud environment, it is only the surface of its capabilities.

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5 Ways to Increase Revenue Using Cloud Based Applications

Cloud service providers that are already providing cloud servers for their customers can benefit from also providing cloud based applications. There are several ways to increase revenue using cloud based applications, and it is simple to create a suite that is available for customer use, especially when you are already providing access to your infrastructure. 

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Worst Cloud Monitoring Mistakes to Make (and How to Avoid Them)

Cloud computing has become the industry standard across the board. Although companies that are not using compute resources may not see the immediate effects this has on their bottom line, it will become increasingly apparent as their customers choose other partners and suppliers that utilize compute resources. There is no argument that cloud computing has made business processes drastically simpler and efficient, but knowing how to monitor your cloud environment is as essential, if not more so, as having these resources at your disposal in the first place. These are some of the worst cloud monitoring techniques (and how you can fix them).

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