Cloud Enabler definition & meaning
Cloud enabler is an IT firm that provides hardware, software, storage devices, networking equipment, and other related components. Cloud enabler is a technology or a manufacturer that serves as the backbone for cloud products and services. The term incorporates technology vendors and solutions. It also allows an organization to build, deploy, integrate and deliver cloud computing solutions.
Cloud enablement includes analyzing the landscape, porting in-house IT infrastructure, software, and resources to the public, private, or hybrid cloud environments. It may also include migrating servers, operating systems, databases, business applications, and more to the cloud.