Cloud Migration Services:
Migration refers to moving your existing data, applications and servers to cloud. Whether it be cloud to cloud migration or migration from remote servers to the cloud, we can handle data of any volume and variance. Our cloud architects ensure data privacy, interoperability, portability, integrity, business continuity, and security throughout the migration process. We make sure that your data is managed and transferred minus any hitches, hiccups or hindrances.
Cloud Hosting Services:
Whether you want to host on a public cloud, private cloud or on a more versatile hybrid cloud we have a solution for you. With auto-scaling in the cloud, you don’t need to worry about running out of computing capacity. We have successfully provided hosting solutions for mobile and web applications, websites, SaaS applications and a lot more. With a long history of successful implementations, we assure a seamless hosting experience for your business.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a self-service model for monitoring, assessing and managing infrastructures, such as networking, storage, security (firewalls) and computing. IaaS users are responsible for managing active runtime, data, middleware, applications, and Operating Systems at their end. Thus, IaaS is generally suitable for companies with good IT resources and talent. IaaS provides maximum control over the computer infrastructure. Examples include IBM Cloudburst, Eucalyptus Community Cloud, and Amazon EC2.
Platform-as-a-Service is the prebuilt development environment that allows seamless testing, development, and deployment of applications. PaaS is suitable for developing applications that can later be distributed on a SaaS model or used for internal purposes. PaaS enables businesses to focus on core development by outsourcing activities like server management, networking, storage, OS and virtualization. Applications using PaaS inherit cloud attributes such as SaaS enablement, high-availability, scalability and multi-tenancy which ease its distribution, deployment and marketability. PaaS helps businesses automate business policy, migrate apps to a hybrid model and reduce the amount of coding. Examples of PaaS include VMforce, SalesForce, Google AppEngine and Joyent Accelerator.