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It is highly recommended that one need to securely store data back-up on a computer system outside business premises and preferably at a location which is not in the same seismic zone.  This ensures that in case of system failure or natural disaster, there is a data copy that is available for data restore. Our association with global companies working in this space with large experience has helped us provide ‘Data DR’ solution to our customers. The solution that we are offering helps business houses store their data online onto cloud based Servers in a secured way using Internet connectivity.
Microsoft is announcing today a whole bunch of new tools in its Azure public cloud in conjunction with the company’s first ever live-streamed AzureCon conference. Starting today, the tech giant will offer core compute and storage services using data centers in three locations in India — Pune (Central India), Chennai (South India), and Mumbai (West India). Microsoft is also introducing the Azure Container Service, a tool based on Apache Mesos and open-source parts of startup Mesosphere’s Data Center Operating System (DCOS) to make it easy to deploy application code wrapped up in containers onto Azure servers.
In partnership with Nvidia, Microsoft is acting on a frequent consumer request by bringing graphic processing units (GPUS) to Azure in the new N-Series of virtual machines. Raw infrastructure, geographic availability, container support, and, of course, price are all typical battlegrounds in the growing infrastructure as a service market. The IoT Suite is available now, while previews for the N-Series and the Azure Container Service will begin in the months to come, the blog post noted. TweetIn a recent report titled the India Cloud Market Overview, the International Data Corporation (IDC) stated that the Indian cloud market has grown by 70 percent last year (2012), and is expected to exhibit a 50 percent growth rate for the next three more years. Like with any emerging market, the biggest challenge for public cloud computing in India is the lack of dependable infrastructure. The future looks bright, nonetheless, as some of the more progressive companies in the country have used the problems with infrastructure as an encouragement to spur new innovation.
Other companies also become creative in avoiding or solving the increased cost of cloud computing brought forth by a weak infrastructure, such as the IIIT Delhi University, which uses the idle capacity of their school’s computer lab as a private cloud. Cloud computing is embraced by India’s large businesses, primarily because they have already solved most of the infrastructure challenges. The market for cloud computing within the country has already doubled between 2009 to 2012, thanks to large businesses making up the bulk of Indian cloud computing growth.
Experts are concerned about small to medium enterprises in India, as they either don’t have existing IT systems or have ones that lack experience, and as such, are more averse to adopting the cloud for their use.

For SMEs to embrace the cloud, they need to first realize that a cloud-based architecture has a lot more benefits than automation, such as the reduction of capital expenses, maintenance, and required knowledge for IT. One of the most ambitious examples of how governments can take advantage of cloud computing is India’s Unique Identification (UID) project. Currently, India’s UID Authority has already collected the biometric and demographic information from over 200M people, and several government agencies are starting to use it for their systems. The recent global economic downturn has prompted many Indian companies to change their outlook towards IT. In order to successfully target this market, cloud providers will want to bolster their capabilities to understand the business requirements of the organizations and devise appropriate value propositions. In 2012, more than 1.7 million jobs in the field of cloud computing remained unoccupied, according to analysts firm IDC. Cloud marketing has the ability to drastically change the ways in which they reach and engage their audience, particularly with regard to distributing and storing mission-critical data. More and more companies encourage their employees to work on their devices, thus reducing the cost of computer equipment, but also increase the cost to maintain licenses and safety.
Despite the inclination to wait until all of the cloud’s kinks have been worked out, holding off on cloud initiatives until the industry matures won’t guarantee success. The software industry is undergoing major changes by trends such as cloud, SaaS, mobile technology and the “consumerization of IT”. With Cloud Delivery Platform, service providers can quickly set up self-branded storage-as-a-service to monetize their service offerings right away. The entire process of data backup runs in an automated manner saving lot of time & effort at the same time providing ‘peace of mind’ to our customers.
This has ensured that we offer solution to every customer segment right from an Individual User to SME to Medium Enterprise to a Large Enterprise.
That gives the company a bit of an edge in its battle against other cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. The new VMs will run on servers with Tesla K80 GPU accelerators, using the recently released Nvidia Grid 2.0 technology. Despite troubles in other parts of its business, Microsoft is picking up in the cloud infrastructure market — Schutz said Azure revenue doubled year over year in the most recent quarter.
The new IoT Suite includes Azure Event Hubs, Azure Machine Learning, Azure Data Lake, and Power BI, Schutz said.
It is said that the Indian cloud market is rapidly maturing and seeing new entrants and investors, even though public cloud still lags way behind the private cloud due to a number of factors.
In some areas of the country, the grid is still subject to intermittent power outages, which means data center operators will have to contend with downtimes and possible loss of service and data, or be forced to rely on diesel fuel to run backup generators, which can be very impractical when it comes to operational costs. For example, IBM’s Bangalore office has solved problems with the inconsistent power grid and the high cost of diesel-based generators by installing rooftop solar panels that provide direct current power to their own data centers.
Due to their large scales and the presence of an existing IT department, it’s very easy for these businesses to adopt the cloud and enjoy all the cost savings and efficiencies that it delivers. Additionally, since these large businesses don’t have legacy infrastructure to transform, they are more agile and can adopt new strategies as they come.

According to HP, the key is getting them to realize the financial value of a more efficient system provided by the cloud. In India’s case, the cloud has been embraced by the government, perhaps as much as any other country. The UID aims to provide a positive change to the lives of the people at the bottom rung of the economic pyramid simply by providing a real time service for the verification of the identity of any Indian resident through biometrics or demographic information. The future success of the UID may act as the herald of public cloud computing’s success in the country, offering truly affordable, scalable, and sustainable solutions to an emerging market with acute public needs. Providers who want to be successful in India may want to learn how to act as partners for the organizations, and should not be averse to assessing the prospective clients’ cloud readiness, in case the organization is not yet ready for seamless integration of the IT infrastructure to the cloud. And to help customers make sure all these tools will work with users’ Internet-connected devices, Microsoft is setting up an official Azure Certified for IoT program. Rather than offer a dedicated service aimed at that hype-filled area, as Salesforce did earlier this month, Microsoft is coming out with a solution. In a lot of established markets, solar installations may not be worth their upkeep costs at such low volumes but in India, where diesel power is on the increase and solar power is subsidized, the solar system ends up paying for itself in as little as four years. According to HP’s Innovations for the Next Billion Customers Lab, less than 1 percent of these SMEs use any type of automation, and rely heavily on paper documentation. A large number of SME owners have traditional measurements for value, so if you want to show them its value, you need to show it in terms of money: how much more they can earn, or how much they can save.
Basically, providers need to have robust cloud consulting capabilities if they want to penetrate the Indian market. Beaglebone, Freescale, Intel, Raspberry Pi, Resin.io, Seeed, and Texas Instruments are already signed up as partners for the new program, according to the blog post. The owners of many businesses from this segment tend to be unaware about the benefits of technology.
The previous e-governance systems were limited in comparison, having been dependent on individual ministries and lacked standardization. These companies are aggressively searching out various disruptive technologies that will help their IT become flexible and agile enough to meet their organizational needs. One of the reasons is that there’s an overabundance of cheap labor in the country, making automation unnecessary and sometimes even uneconomical. Cloud technology certainly fits the bill, and cloud providers may want to target this part of the market. However, this can change in the future as the cloud becomes cheaper due to the fact that manual labor doesn’t scale.

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