Cloud and Infrastructure

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Cloud infrastructure is a term used to describe the components needed for cloud computing, which includes hardware, abstracted resources, storage, and network resources. Think of cloud infrastructure as the tools needed to build a cloud. To host services and applications in the cloud, you need cloud infrastructure. 

Cloud infrastructure is made up of several components, each integrated with one another into a single architecture supporting business operations. A typical solution may be composed of hardware, virtualization, storage, and networking components. 

Components of Cloud Infrastructure  

  • Hardware 
  • Virtualization
  • Storage
  • Network

Advantages of using cloud infrastructure: 

Using a cloud infrastructure presents several benefits for customers compared with procuring and managing in-house infrastructure. Of these benefits, cost and security are advantages for using a public cloud provider. 



  • Customers can procure resources that are rapidly accessible and self-manage the resources to better align to business needs. This is particularly valuable to burst on-premises workloads into the cloud to utilize extra resources. 


  • Cloud providers' expansive infrastructure and redundancy options through availability zones deliver reliability at a scale beyond any single customer's in-house resources. Outages are rare but do occur, so customers should plan cloud usage based on their workloads' reliability and uptime requirements. 


  • Using cloud infrastructure eliminates upfront capital costs associated with on-premises infrastructure and instead follows a consumption-based model. Pay-per-usage model charges users only for the infrastructure services they consume, generally on an hourly, weekly, or monthly basis. Additionally, the large capital expenditures for on-premises infrastructure investments are converted to a smaller, recurring and predictable operational expense. 


  • Initial concerns about the security of public cloud resources have diminished. Cloud providers constantly invest in and improve their abilities to protect their infrastructure from security threats. Most cloud security issues can be traced to user misconfigurations of individual services, rather than external bad actors. 



Vendors are always looking to find A players who can add real value in the beginning of a sales cycle by converting successful PoCs into revenue generation. They focus on hiring specialists who can reduce the sales cycle. We have a thorough qualification process; ensuring their CS teams have high level of retention rates and ensuring A-players for SEs are technical hands-on (implementing Security products on both cloud & on premise platforms).  

Top 5 MQ SIEM Vendor Customer Success Directors in 5 countries MQ SIEM Leader P 1

Case study

In 2022 we are continuing our partnership with a nex-generation SIEM vendor working closely with their SVP and we placed 3 Customer Success Directors globally & 4 Customer Success Managers in the US, Canada, UK, Italy & France within the last 6 month.

We have also supported a top 7 MQ SIEM Vendor based in the US and placed over 9 Sales Engineers & Solution Architects in the US, UK, France, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore & Germany.