Any company moving to the cloud must first thoroughly consider the pros and downsides of both public and private clouds before deciding how to proceed. Let’s compare both and help you decide which one best suits your business needs.
Druva is a cloud-based data protection company with 4,000 customers in 20 countries. To support its expanding global customer base, Druva containerized its architecture and adopted low-cost Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Spot Instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
AWS’ “pay-as-you-grow” capability enables Chumbak to avoid the need to make large IT investments upfront. The company hasn’t needed to build a data center with the capacity to handle sudden spikes in web-store traffic. By using AWS, Chumbak has on-demand infrastructure and pays only for the IT capacity the web store consumes.