Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

Building your business in the Cloud must be properly planned and implemented for the best chance of success. When selecting a cloud provider, it is important to evaluate several criteria including data backups, availability guarantees, security practices, compliance regulations, performance, SLAs, service contracts and more. When choosing an architecture, it is important to analyze requirements for performance, ease of access, redundancy, scalability, data privacy and more. Once the best Cloud provider and architecture is chosen, the services must be provisioned, implemented and supported correctly. Our engineers are experts in Cloud solutions, from evaluation through implementation and support. A variety of Cloud solutions are available such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and more.

Our experts will help you navigate the Cloud landscape

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Software Defined Storage (SDS)

Cloud Computing has fundamentally transformed the Information Technology landscape. Long gone are the days when investing in physical infrastructure was required to open a startup or expand an existing business. The Cloud enables organizations to significantly cut costs on IT infrastructure by providing the servers, storage, networks, compute resources, applications and more as a service. This effectively reduces capital expenditure in favor of operational expenditure. Many Cloud providers offer the option to pay for only the resources that are utilized, rather than paying upfront for a physical server that begins depreciating in value long before it is fully utilized. In addition to the savings in upfront costs, the Cloud reduces the necessity for on-site IT support, since network and server administration is often handled by the provider. Cloud solutions can be implemented as a Public Cloud, Private Cloud, or Hybrid Cloud. We work with the top Cloud service providers including Microsoft, Amazon and Google.