The cloud provides the flexibility to meet variable compute, storage, and network requirements, anywhere, any time. You can increase capacity and add resources with almost limitless scalability. Many businesses seek to continuously lower capital and operating costs while simultaneously increase IT resource flexibility, service levels, and speed to market. Cloud deployments are seen as a key driver in achieving these outcomes.
The definition of the “cloud” varies greatly by provider, this paired with rapid technology and marketplace changes can lead to a lot of confusion around sourcing the best IT managed services solution for your business. We help to bring clarity to this space by starting with a complete assessment to fully understand your application requirements and business goals.
We are in a unique position to offer our clients a view into the cloud success of other organizations, industry trends, emerging technologies, and low pricing benchmarks.
The current cloud landscape includes, but is not limited to:
Public Cloud - highly scalable, standardized and shared infrastructure provide virtual machines on-demand
Private Cloud – virtualized dedicated resources provide a higher degree of performance, control
Bare Metal Cloud – standardized, dedicated, physical servers that offer performance, control and security, but can be deployed “on-demand”
Hybrid Cloud - a combination of Public, Private and Bare Metal to optimize for performance and cost
Managed Hosting - fully customizable, dedicated server, network and storage infrastructure, built to customer specifications