A cloud deployment model outlines the basic architecture and usage parameters of the enterprise cloud. In a broad sense, cloud deployment models fall into three categories: public, private and hybrid clouds. Beyond that, there is a wide set of options that help optimize an individual cloud for its targeted use cases.
Every business has unique needs, and choosing the right cloud deployment model can help you gain a competitive advantage. Here’s how you can evaluate the right model given your organization’s requirements:
Mendix supports Cloud Foundry, Docker and Kubernetes, which means it supports both self-service options and broad data governance equally well. In addition, we support CI/CD and its integration into our clients’ default culture to ensure resources can be consumed easily without broader disruption to data operations.
Mendix also utilizes a multi-cloud strategy, which is helpful when it comes to certification and location-based provisioning. For clients that are not already utilizing hyperscale resources from Azure, Amazon and others, we can provide a faster and less complicated certification process, while at the same time delivering equal value using open Cloud Foundry and Docker environments.
For international organizations that require cloud support across geographic boundaries, Mendix provides either public cloud services on shared resources or virtual private networks (VPNs) with self-service capabilities. In this way, users can select the services they require at the desired level of shielding.
Learn more about choosing the right Mendix cloud deployment model for your organization and how to enhance your emerging cloud strategy.