Cloud Solutions & Migration

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Why Migrate Your Business to the Cloud?

Eliminate Hardware & Infrastructure Costs

Moving your business to the cloud ensures decreases in buying future equipment as your business expands. Provisioning additional resources from the cloud occurs on-demand, you can scale up and down and expand as your business changes. Instead of hiring more IT resources, let CloudRacks provide a Cloud Migration Strategy for your business.

Flexible Data Storage & Disaster Recovery

Over time, your business accumulates a lot of customer and client data and managing this data on-site becomes difficult and requires additional hardware, software, and maybe staff. Migrating to the Cloud, eliminates all of the extra hassle and expenses and allows your business to grow while only paying for what you actually consume and not worrying about disasters.

Fewer Issues With Applications

When applications are hosted in the cloud, IT staff no longer have to struggle with managing and monitoring. Scaling, providing for capacity, and load balancing are no longer issues – it’s automatic when those applications are hosted in the cloud. As a result, you experience less unplanned downtime and keep up your SLAs at 99.99%

Improved Security

By migrating to the Cloud, you automatically benefit from the Cloud companies extensive security expertise and best practices. You no longer need an in-house team to orchestrate and constantly adjust security practices manually and monitor your infrastructure performance.

Better Compliance

Adopting the cloud means that compliance is no longer your business's responsibility. That ‘burden’ is now on the Cloud provider. And they are meeting all the latest compliance provisions and regulations as their reputation depends on it.

Cloud Solutions to Consider

Ask us which Cloud Solution works best for you!

Public Cloud

Public clouds are based on standard IT cloud services in which a company relies on a third-party cloud service provider to deliver various cloud servers, cloud data storage, cloud infrastructure and cloud applications. Services, applications and storage are made available to users over the Internet “as a service” on a Pay Per Use model or fixed monthly fee based on business need, so there is less scope for customization for security and performance. There are many types of public cloud, the most common being Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service(PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS). This is recommended for companies that need to bring a service to market quickly, have less industry regulatory hurdles or are looking to outsource part or all of their IT department or IT support services.

Private Cloud

Private clouds are deployed solely for a single organization as their IT infrastructure including customized cloud storage, cloud infrastructure, virtual workstations and virtual servers. Our experience has shown that this service works best for businesses with a dynamic need or unpredictable IT computing need. Companies would require direct control over their cloud services environment. Companies can have access to various advanced features including security, high network availability and multiple fault tolerant solutions that are not possible in a public cloud.This is recommended for organizations that must comply with strict industry regulations including healthcare, financial and insurance or organizations that have highly critical applications.

Hybrid Cloud

This model comprises Private Cloud and Public Cloud Services. Hybrid Cloud Services addresses a business need that might run an application primarily using private cloud services but rely on a public cloud to accommodate spikes in usage. Hybrid Cloud Services offers many advantages including more IT architectural flexibility, more IT technical control of infrastructure and data, better security and compliance options, technical predictability and peace of mind. Hybrid Cloud Services continues to grow as it offers the best of both worlds. This is recommended for companies looking to have the best of both worlds as you can place different tasks in the private or public cloud. Companies can also have on-premises IT infrastructure that can support the average workload while retaining the ability to leverage the public cloud services for failover circumstances in which the workload exceeds the power of the internal IT network or as part of your disaster recovery plan.

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