Why Choose OES For Your Cloud Migration?
Migrating to the cloud doesn’t need to be a complex time-consuming process, and understanding the difference between Infrastructure as a Service, Software as a Service and Platform as a Service can be confusing enough!
Our team of industry trained experts are here to help, from initial advice, project implementation right through to training and ongoing support.
Services We Provide
With a private cloud model, the environment is in complete control of your business. The infrastructure is hosted on-site or in a service provider’s data centre, allowing better levels of control, security and stability, with computing, storage and networking fully customisable to your business needs.
Private clouds are best suited for businesses that require dynamic or unpredictable computing requirements, while still needing complete, most commonly to meet regulatory compliance, security and governance needs.
OES will design and build a dedicated cloud environment using a combination of industry-leading technologies that’s right for your business. We can manage the whole process from design and delivery to ongoing monitoring and management of your environment, so you don’t have to worry about it.
As the name suggests, the Hybrid cloud brings together a mixture of both the above environments to suit your specific requirements depending on what you need for your business. The Hybrid cloud model uses a combination of public and private cloud with Colocation, IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and existing on-premise hardware, since not all workloads are suitable for the cloud.
This is a popular choice for many organisations because they can deploy the right workload into the right environment as their computing needs change. Hybrid cloud provides greater flexibility, cost savings and more options for your IT environment whilst still maintaining control over your mission-critical data.
Third-party providers make resources such as virtual machines, applications and storage available to you over the internet. This means you won’t need to set up your physical hardware in-house, saving hardware and maintenance costs.
The public cloud uses a multi-tenant approach, meaning you share computing resources with other users, but your data remains separate.
Only paying for what you need on a subscription basis allows you to scale up or down depending on your business requirements.
At OES, we deal with the main public cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS), assisting you with the full implementation and migration of your services and infrastructure with ongoing monitoring, management and support.
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Our Migration Process Explained
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