Cloud Computing Infographics

Startup Time In America - Cloud Computing and More
Starting a business, finding office space and building a technology foundation in the cloud

We created this infographic to tell the story of the startups in America from their funding to their office space to their Cloud Computing infrastructure.

Gaming Development Financial Realities
Gaming Software Development Is Big Business Budgets and Funding Sources

As thin clients in browsers, on laptops, or on mobile devices, continue to grow in popularity, they need a back-end to store data and process large environment mechanics, while the front end focuses on graphics and the human interactions.

Cloud Computing and SaaS - Software Delivery in 2013
IaaS and SaaS Cloud Computing Come Together To Re-Define How Software Is Deployed and Delivered

Businesses of all sizes are now embracing SaaS, but IT managers continue to grapple with the challenge of scaling their cloud infrastructure to effectively meet changing demands. Access this Infographic to learn how SaaS differs from other software delivery models, the history of SaaS, SaaS growth drivers, and the future of cloud computing.

Next Generation Cloud Computing 2.0
Cloud Computing IaaS is maturing and a new generation of services are available

The cloud industry has grown tremendously over the past few years and the growth shows no sign of slowing down. Now, as the IT channel, particularly VARs and MSPs, ramp up their customer deployments, Cloud Computing 2.0 technologies like ProfitBricks, make it easier and more profitable for growth to accelerate. On-premise server sales will continue to decline as cloud computing infrastructure becomes faster, easier to use and more profitable to sell. 

Cloud Computing and On-Demand Infrastructure: 1995 to Today
History of Cloud Computing From Shared Hosting to Dedicated Servers to Cloud Computing 2.0

You’ve heard that “Cloud Computing” has been around for a long time and it’s just a new name for what we have had for a while – on-demand infrastructure.  This Infographic looks at the history since the Internet went mainstream in the mid-90′s.

MSPs are Embracing the Cloud
The History, Opportunies, and Challenges of Manged Service Providers

Managed service providers (MSPs) have had many definitions as they have worn many hats throughout the history of technology. They are generally defined as outsourced technology companies that play a major role in driving the adoption of the latest products and services at small and medium sized businesses.

The technology world is shifting to cloud computing on a broad scale, the question is: how will MSPs adapt and transition to a new business model? ProfitBricks is pleased to present this infographic that examines the historical role of MSPs and how they fit into the cloud computing realm.

Server CPU Performance Pre and Post Cloud Computing
Remember When CPU Performance was Guaranteed?

Since the early launch of the PC in the early 1980’s, CPU performance has been defined by the clock speed and front side bus of the processer. It was simple and easy to understand and Intel and AMD battled the MHz and GHz wars over the years. This infographic looks at server class CPUs from the Pentium era CPUs of 1993 to today.

Compare Cloud Computing Vendor Pricing
How Much Does IT Cost

Cloud Computing pricing can be confusing - some providers have pricing pages that are 10 pages long printed.  This infographic will help you learn how to look at the different pricing factors and see what a real sample cloud data center costs between two providers who have made their pricing public. ProfitBricks and Amazon AWS

Public Cloud Computing Network Technologies - Ethernet vs. InfiniBand
History of Ethernet and InfiniBand Technologies and their use in the Cloud

Public Cloud Computing networks vary greatly in both their maximum speed (standard or high-cost optional speed) and their latency and network performance consistency.  ProfitBricks is a pioneer in the use of InfiniBand networking technologies that connects servers to servers and servers to storage - giving our customers up to 80Gbps in speed.  This infographic will help you see why the networking technology of your cloud provider is an important factor in the overall performance of the service.

Cloud API documentation
ProfitBricks APIs, Libraries and SDKs

With ProfitBricks, developers can access the well-established REST API. Using this API, cloud computing developers and operations professionals can automate their multi-cloud IaaS processes by utilizing such popular current libraries as jclouds, Libcloud, Fog, and Python SDKs - which are all supported libraries at ProfitBricks.

These APIs assist you in leveraging the rich features and options offered by ProfitBricks.  Even the ProfitBricks Data Center Designer, our integrated graphic user interface was built with the API.

Access the ProfitBricks APIs

ProfitBricks Cloud API Page: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/

Access the ProfitBricks REST API: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/rest/

Access ProfitBricks Support for Popular Cloud Libraries

ProfitBricks offers support for many multi-cloud libraries that include: jclouds, Libcloud, Fog, and more - these popular libraries enable developers and operations pros to automate their cloud infrastructure across multiple clouds or migrate applications and workloads from one cloud to another.

Access ProfitBricks Support for Popular Languages with these SDKs

ProfitBricks offers many SDKs, including the popular PythonSDK that abstracts and provides complete coverage for all current API functions; the library is very specific to ProfitBricks and exposes advanced functionality you may not find in a cloud-agnostic library.

For the most current information on the SDKs we offer, check the DevOps tools here.

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