Cloud Solutions


Druidics, always having in mind the best for its clients, has become an Amazon Web Services (AWS) partner with the aim to offer the required integration of traditional solutions and new technologies at the service of your business

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing refers to the on-demand delivery of computing power, database storage, applications and other IT resources through the Internet, with a price system based on effective consumption.

Key facts about cloud computing

Whether you use applications which share pictures with millions of mobile users, or if your task is to enable your business operations of utmost importance, a service platform on the cloud guarantees quick and flexible access to low-cost computing resources. Thanks to cloud computing, you won’t need to make massive initial investments to acquire equipment or devote considerable time on the huge task of handling said equipment. Instead of all that, you will be able to stock up on exactly the type and size of computing resources you need to make your new and great idea come true, or to operate your IT environment. You can get access to as many resources as you need, nearly instantly, and only pay for the resources you actually use.

How does cloud computing work?

Cloud computing offers a simple method to get access to servers, storage, data bases and a wide range of application services on the Internet. A cloud-based service platform, such as Amazon Web Services, owns and is responsible for the maintenance of the networked hardware required for those application services, while you focus on stocking up on what you need through a web application.

Six advantages and benefits of cloud computing:

Change your investments on capital expenditures for variable expenses

Instead of having to invest a large amount on data centers and servers before you figure out how you will use them, you can take advantage of cloud computing and only pay when you consume those computing resources, based on the effective consumption.

Benefit from the economy of massive scale

By using cloud computing, you can reduce the variable expenses that you would have if you possessed your own resources. On the cloud, the consumptions made by hundreds of thousands of users are combined. In this way, the suppliers, like Amazon Web Services, can employ greater economies of scale, which is translated into lower prices for the effective consumption.

Stop wondering about capacity

Forget about having to guess the capacity needs of your infrastructure. By making a decision regarding capacity before implementing an application, people often end up accumulating expensive and pointless resources or realizing that they have a limited capacity. With cloud computing, these issues simply vanish. You could get access to the resources you need, as well as increase or decrease capacity within a few minutes.

Increase speed and readiness

In a cloud computing environment, the availability of new resources is always at just one click of the mouse. This means that you can reduce the time at which these resources are made available for developers from weeks to just a few minutes. The result is an impressive increase in the agility of the organization, since the time and costs necessary to make experiments and develop applications are significantly reduced.

Stop wasting money on data centers operation and maintenance

Focus on those projects that make your business stand out, instead of doing so on the infrastructure. Cloud computing lets you concentrate on your own clients and avoid the huge task of installing servers in racks, stacking them and supplying them with electricity.

Go global in a few minutes

Deploy your application effortlessly in multiple regions around the world with just a few clicks. In this way, you can offer a lower latency and a better experience to your clients easily and at minimal cost.

Types of cloud computing

Cloud computing consists of three main types, which are usually referred to as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) y Software as a Service (SaaS). Selecting the right type of cloud computing according to your needs can let you achieve the adequate balance between control and avoidance of complex manual tasks.