Cloud Computing


Since 2009, A tremendous hype for cloud computing mode of networking and operations definitely exists. Undoubtedly, the operational and economic model of cloud computing were prone to transform Information Technology services in few years.

The year 2009 has become a year of uncertainty with reduced budgets and cautious recovery within the IT industry.  Under those circumstances, an extensive adoption of Cloud computing was at peak in the year 2010. Furthermore,  take a glance at some of the generalized cloud computing predictions for the forthcoming year:


1. Propaganda replaced by realistic acceptance

2. Revolution from ‘VMs on Demand’ to Cloud Computing

3. Emergence of Best Practices

4. Cloud Consolidation

5. The climb of Cloud Consulting

A sneak peak on how each of these predictions are benefited for our organizational needs in the year 2010:

  1. Propaganda replaced by realistic acceptance


  • Development and Testing
  • IT Proof-of-Concepts (POCs)
  • Scalable Web Hosting
  • Email hosting services
  • Collaboration and
  • Grid Computing

Gear up!! It is important to realize that several projects and enterprises have already seen the prospects of cloud computing. The technology were driven by the ultimate nature of cloud computing and its all there before you! Just seize the opportunity and also create the foremost of it for your organization. A few scenarios where cloud computing could help-out:

2. Revolution from ‘VMs on Demand’ to Cloud Computing

There was some scenario where we are in need of a VM for our business and we have been desperately searching for a few. However, see the swing of firms that provides ‘Virtual Machines on Demand’ for few cents/hour. Organizations ought to work intensively to form ‘Infrastructure-as-a-Service’  that is accessible to their employees.

Say for instance, if you would need a security service or a billing refunding mechanism that aids within the development of your enterprise. Then, you can instantly calculate the solutions that helps to  integrate internal and external clouds and automate complex tasks rather than hosted virtual machines.

      3.  Emergence of Best Practices

First come – first defined! The year, 2009 witnessed early adopters thumping on definitions in cloud computing. Although, 2010 is the year of following best practices in cloud computing. Millions of IT users were expertise with cloud services and this knowledge will broadcast itself within the business. At the same time, best practices around security, networking, custom cloud, application architecture and IT policies will be in vogue. Negotiations that revolve around service level agreements (SLAs) and contracts would additionally notice an incredible modification.

4. Cloud Consolidation

A remarkable increase in adopting cloud solutions is on the move. In this case, the solution providers can come across vendors differing from on-support and services, enterprise application development integration and pricing models, performance and SLAs. As a major vendor, you may have plans to develop your portfolio of offerings through existing channels and sales ventures.

5. The climb of Cloud Consulting

“Make your climb.” We can notice that organizations gaze for fair advice in the face of a puzzling vendor background. Certainly, our consulting practices were focused on building design and implementing major cloud situation The industry is driven by boutique consulting ventures and we can see major players offering consulting practices and advice to migrate cloud-based infrastructure.


The year of practicality-2010, kept your eyes wide on the  chapter of cloud computing. Meanwhile, eGrove Systems has already bounced to leap ahead in the business of IT Infrastructure and Web hosting through its partner – ‘KrishSpace’ – a specialized Web Hosting Service and maintenance.