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Five Key Checkpoints for Provisioning a Cloud Server

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Cloud computing solutions like the cloud server addresses the business functionalists of an organization in the fastest possible manner. It provides enormous amount of operational flexibility by enabling both vertical and horizontal scaling in the cloud.


Cloud managed services offer global deployment options. A cloud server is very handful in cases of disaster recovery and provides SLAs (service level agreements) up to 99.95%. But before opting for a cloud server, you must understand the finer details of installing a server using appropriate tools. A service automation manager is used to deploy a cloud server on customer premises, taking not more than 3 hours.


Given below is a list containing five checkpoints that every network administrator should be aware of:

Due Date

By default the end date of a server license is the year 2999. Some IT managers accidentally modify this field and encounter problems in their service access. A provisioned server contains several configuration parameters, which require great attention while the setup is running. A marginal human error can result into terminated services of an application on server space. The end time & date field is located under the page titled as âProject Detailsâ.


OS Acronyms

Network administrator requires selecting an OS (operating system) image and a number of servers in the page âoptions catalogâ. A user must select the operating system against its acronym/short code given under a listbox. For example, WIN stands for Windows, X86 means 32 bit OS architecture and 64 means 64 bits and so on. The user must be clear about his OS intentions, which he wants to use in a long-term scenario.


Crosscheck Server Details

Server Processing details are very important as the computation requirements (CPU, RAM, and HDD/SSD) differ from clientâs business perspective. You may be wasting your financial resources on capacity building of a cloud server which will translate into robust costs. So, plan in advance, verify and double check the server values before final deployment.


Additional Services

Carefully include the services of a middle ware and always create a backup in your provisioned server. Having a fall-back path not only rescues companies during IT disasters, but also helps in data recovery of mission-critical applications.

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Cloud computing solutions like the cloud server addresses the business functionalists of an organization in the fastest possible manner. It provides enormous amount of operational flexibility by enabling both vertical and horizontal scaling in the cloud.

Cloud managed services offer global deployment options. A cloud server is very handful in cases of disaster recovery and provides SLAs (service level agreements) up to 99.95%. But before opting for a cloud server, you must understand the finer details of installing a server using appropriate tools. A service automation manager is used to deploy a cloud server on customer premises, taking not more than 3 hours.

Given below is a list containing five checkpoints that every network administrator should be aware of:

Due Date



By default the end date of a server license is the year 2999. Some IT managers accidentally modify this field and encounter problems in their service access. A provisioned server contains several configuration parameters, which require great attention while the setup is running. A marginal human error can result into terminated services of an application on server space. The end time & date field is located under the page titled as âProject Detailsâ.

OS Acronyms

Network administrator requires selecting an OS (operating system) image and a number of servers in the page âoptions catalogâ. A user must select the operating system against its acronym/short code given under a listbox. For example, WIN stands for Windows, X86 means 32 bit OS architecture and 64 means 64 bits and so on. The user must be clear about his OS intentions, which he wants to use in a long-term scenario.

Crosscheck Server Details



Server Processing details are very important as the computation requirements (CPU, RAM, and HDD/SSD) differ from clientâs business perspective. You may be wasting your financial resources on capacity building of a cloud server which will translate into robust costs. So, plan in advance, verify and double check the server values before final deployment.

Additional Services



Carefully include the services of a middle ware and always create a backup in your provisioned server. Having a fall-back path not only rescues companies during IT disasters, but also helps in data recovery of mission-critical applications.

Five Key Checkpoints for Provisioning a Cloud Server - Image 1

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