Simply moving your data and applications to the cloud is not enough in today’s modern world…infrastructure, development, and management can be the innovation your company needs to stay ahead of the competition.
Technological advancements are helping to propel companies forward at speeds faster than ever. The transformation process onto the cloud is continuous and lead to greater scalability, improved agility, and ultimately giving your organization the competitive edge.
The most successful cloud implementations start with Business Analysis, Cloud Strategy Analysis/Plan, and a clearly defined Cloud Implementation Strategy. This type of well-defined plan will allow your organization to navigate the pitfalls and take advantage of the many opportunities specific to your organization, your industry, and your objectives.
Consiliant has partnered with Amazon (AWS) and Microsoft Azure to provide your organization with all three (3) categories of cloud computing:
- SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) – Software purchased on subscription price
- PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) – Application development framework
- IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) – On-demand cloud computing, data storage, and content delivery
- Backup-as-a-Service – Avoid the capital costs and simplify management
- Security-as-a-Service – Robust network security on a subscription
There are many benefits of cloud-computing including:
Eliminates Capital Expense and Reduces Ongoing Cost
Improves Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Focus On Your Core Business
Increase Stability, Reliability, and Supportability
Consiliant’s cloud experts will help you determine the best cloud environment for your business
and tailor a custom implementation strategy.
- Test and Development – Teams can quickly set up and dismantle test and development environments, bringing new applications to market faster and more economically.
- Website Hosting – Running websites using IaaS can be less expensive than traditional web hosting.
- Storage, Backup, and Recovery – Avoid the capital expense for storage and complexity of management and compliance regulations. Handle dynamic data demands quickly and simply planning and management.
- Web Applications – IaaS provides organizations with all the infrastructure to quickly deploy and support web applications. In addition, it is easy to scale infrastructure up and down when demand for the apps is unpredictable.
- Big Data Analysis – Big data is a popular term for massive data sets that contain potentially valuable patterns, trends, and associations. Mining data sets to locate or tease out these hidden patterns requires a huge amount of processing power, which IaaS economically provides.
- Business Analytics/Intelligence – Analyze data to find business insights and patterns of behavior, make better decisions, and more accurately predict market demand for products in the future.
- Databases – Setup and manage your organization’s database, automate provisioning and administration of databases, plus it can be used by developers and non-technical users.
- Internet of things – IoT is a growing scenario of PaaS usage, supporting the wide range of application environments and programming languages and tools that various IoT deployments will use.
- Web Hosting and E-commerce – Remote servers can deal with everything a business needs in its online presence.
- Project Management – End-to-end project management solutions, planing to listing requirements and tracking progress with respect to deadlines and deliverables.
- Data Management – Help analyze and secure a company’s data.