With the aim to make cloud computing services more affordable and accessible to start-ups, application developers and enterprises, Yotta Infrastructure has unveiled its latest initiative – Let’s Get Cloud. With this initiative, a bevy of incentives and schemes have been launched for availing Yotta’s cloud computing services.
The COVID crisis has been a true test for organizations’ IT infrastructure strategies. And cloud is right in the middle of it. As per the India Enterprise Cloud Survey 2020 unveiled at the India Cloud Summit 2020, cloud will become the primary IT infrastructure for 63% of enterprises by 2022, compared to 37% in 2020.
According to Sunil Gupta, Co-founder & CEO of Yotta Infrastructure, “The way this shift will get played out, is that organizations will adopt a combination of public and private cloud services. For seamless management of this hybrid environment, the reliance on cloud service providers with managed services capability, will increase. In the past few months, we have been able to create our indigenous cloud platform – Yotta Enterprise Cloud (YEC) – which comes with a self-service portal for management and governance. To fast-track adoption and assist with migration to the cloud, we have also built capabilities in cloud managed services. We are delighted announce our initiative – ‘Let’s Get Cloud’ – to further drive mass adoption of cloud services so that organizations can benefit from the agility that cloud brings.