Cloud Services are designed to provide easy, affordable access to applications and resources, without the need for internal infrastructure or hardware. From checking email to collaborating on documents, most employees use cloud services throughout the workday.
Cloud services are fully managed by cloud computing vendors and service providers. They’re made available to customers from the providers' servers, so there's no need for a company to host the applications on its own on-premises servers.
Benefits of cloud services
With cloud services, companies can procure services on an on-demand, as-needed basis. If and when there’s no longer a need for a particular application or platform, the business can simply cancel the subscription or shut down the service.
Backup & Security
Automatic Update & Management
Ensure Long Term Success through our Cloud Methodology
Our deployment methodology for deploying cloud applications (software-as-a-service) has evolved and supported large customers in their transition to cloud-based applications.
The technical bits & bytes have been tried and tested and we are very good at deploying the technology.
Do you want your IT strategy to be cost effective, secure, scale on demand and available everywhere?
We can help you achieve all these objectives. We develop, integrate and deploy scalable applications after careful assessment and meticulous security planning. We move your IT infrastructure to the cloud in an organized way that is non disruptive to your business. You focus on your customers and your business; we take care of your IT infrastructure.
Reliability, Performance and Security
When deciding how to leverage cloud services, organizations must also decide which type of environment works best for the business: public cloud, private cloud or a mix of both.
Software as a Service (SaaS)
This broad category encompasses a variety of services, such as file storage and backup, web-based email and project management tools.
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
PaaS provides a database, operating system and programming language that organizations can use to develop cloud-based software, without having to maintain the underlying elements.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Provides the infrastructure that many cloud service providers need to manage SaaS tools—but don’t want to maintain themselves. It serves as the complete data center framework, eliminating the need for resource-intensive, on-site installations.
Database as a service (Daas)
Enables users to provision, manage, consume, configure, and operate database software using a common set of abstractions. Ensures that all common workflows involved in the provisioning, configuration, management and operation of databases are consistent.