Cloud infrastructure (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service or IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) helps businesses realize their benefits and efficiencies through cloud computing by providing the latest technology and resources as needed.

There is no need to invest in IT infrastructure, as well as in its maintenance and service. Business does not need to withdraw large sums of money from circulation to purchase IT systems.

The most popular tasks that IaaS solves

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1C from anywhere in the world

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File storages

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Remote desktops and applications

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Websites and corporate portal

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Corporate mail

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Computing resources for development and testing

Consider the following factors when comparing the cost of ownership of your own and cloud infrastructure

1. Hardware redundancy

2. The dynamism of the cloud

3. Licenses for OS and virtualization software

4. Placement of equipment: areas, power supply, climate and other engineering systems

5. Maintenance, support and modernization of our own server room

6. Service contract 4th year

7. Speed of the start of service provision

8. Work in accordance with a certain level of service provision (Service Level Agreement - SLA)

9. The value of money over time

10. Protection from mask show

Enterprise cloud in Europe

Cloud reliability is based on the infrastructure of a data center designed in accordance with the TIER III standard.

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Guaranteed 99.98% SLA Availability

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TIER 3 high reliability data center network in Europe

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Isolation and safety of customer data

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High SLA and 24/7 support

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Free trial period 10 days

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Duplication 2 (N + 1)

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Infrastructure in accordance with the requirements of international standards TIER III, PCI DSS, ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 and ISO 22301: 2012

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Solutions from leading manufacturers are used: HP (ProLiant, 3PAR), Juniper, Microsoft, VMWare

Renting a virtual infrastructure gives the business and IT department a number of advantages:

  • improving the level of business service

  • reduction of the taxable base due to operating expenses

  • no expenses for updating the fleet of equipment and software

  • the ability to change the configuration of your servers at any time

  • no single point of failure

  • improving data availability and business continuity