Understanding the difference between Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) can be confusing enough! We want to make it as easy for you as possible, which is why we have all angles covered. So, if you’re wondering whether you should opt for SaaS applications or servers on-premises, private or public cloud, or even hosted VMs with IaaS, we’re here to help. We are experienced in delivering cloud technology solutions and are on-hand to help with advice, installations, migration, support, cloud backup solutions, and everything in between.
We work with all sizes of organizations, from start-ups to enterprises with offices all over the world. Whether you are an IT team looking to outsource the management of a cloud application or a business that needs help with implementing a migration to a cloud platform or solution, we can help.
We can provide everything from advice and ongoing support to installations and migration, to ensure you have the right infrastructure and cloud-based solutions in place, whether it is a public, private or hybrid model.
In the Public cloud, a third-party provider makes resources such as virtual machines, applications, and storage available to you over the internet. This means you will not need to set up your own physical servers in-house saving on hardware and maintenance costs.
In a private cloud model, you have complete control of your environment which is dedicated to your own use and not shared. Infrastructure is hosted on-site or in a service provider’s data centre, allowing greater levels of control and security, with computing, storage, and networking fully customizable to your business needs.
As the name suggests the Hybrid cloud brings together a mixture of environments to suit your specific requirements depending on what is needed for your business and where it is best placed to optimize performance. The Hybrid model uses a combination of public and private cloud with Colocation, IaaS and existing on-premises hardware, since not all workloads are suitable for the cloud.