Computing and software based systems still require the network infrastructure to support them. And the expertise to integrate a complex, multi vendor stack. That’s why we always begin with a thorough assessment of your present capabilities. To determine if an on premise, off site, or hybrid solution is right for you. By allowing workloads to move between private and public clouds as computing needs and costs change. Hybrid clouds give you greater flexibility and more data deployment options. Seamlessly extend your data center to the cloud for bottomless capacity, continuous availability, and lower storage costs. All without investing in or maintaining additional infrastructure. Secure and manage your data and applications. Use familiar tools and a common identity on any platform. Build applications in your preferred method. Then deploy applications and store data in the locations that best meet your business and regulatory needs.
In today’s new normal economy, organizations of all sizes have to look for affordable ways to deliver quality IT services reliably and continuously to customers and employees. We can help you understand the opportunities of the solution for your organization. Which include improved agility, cost reduction, and support for growth and innovation. Enabled by data centers, networking, collaboration, and security. Enhanced with consulting and professional services, and sustained with support services and managed services. Private service provides the agility of a public environment with the scalability to grow based on your needs. Without the capital expense and time required to build, buy, or extend your own private environment. We offer back up and disaster recovery and attach stringent service level guarantees to all commitments. One of the benefits, is how computing can help to ensure business continuity and speed disaster recovery.
Environment which uses a mix of on premises, private and third-party, public services with orchestration between the two platforms. By allowing workloads to move between private and public clouds as computing needs and costs change. Hybrid clouds gives businesses greater flexibility and more data deployment options. Hybrid cloud at the core lets you respond quickly and frees up capital. They allow you to scale up or down to meet unknown demand, and reduce costs. An enterprise can deploy on premises private clouds to host sensitive or critical workloads. But use a third-party public provider, such as Google Compute Engine. To host less critical resources, such as test and development workloads. To hold customer-facing archival and backup data, a hybrid model could also use Amazon S3. By spreading things out over hybrid, you keep each aspect at your business in the most efficient environment possible.
Services and infrastructure are maintained on a private network. These offer the greatest level of security and control. But they require the company to still purchase and maintain all the software and infrastructure, which reduces the cost savings. The Private cloud is a cost-effective, rapid implementation alternative to building or buying a Do It Yourself (DIY) private. Private clouds are fully segregated, dedicated 100% to each client and delivered as-a-service. With Private clouds they are the obvious choice when your business is part of an industry that must conform to strict security and data privacy issues. Choose private clouds when your business is your data and your applications. Therefore, control and security are paramount. If company is large enough to run a next generation data center efficiently and effectively on its own.
Based on the standard computing model, in which a service provider makes resources. Such as applications and storage, available to the general public over the Internet. Public services may be free or offered on a pay per usage model. The term public cloud arose to differentiate between the standard model and private clouds. Which is a proprietary network or data center that uses computing technologies, such as virtualization. It is managed by the organization it serves. A third model, hybrid, is maintained by both internal and external providers. Examples include AWS EC2, IBM’s Bluemix, Oracle, and Azure. The most recognizable model is the public clouds model. Under which services are provided in a virtualized environment. Constructed using pooled shared physical resources, and accessible over a public network such as the internet.