CLOUD SOLUTIONS

OUR EXPERIENCE, YOUR EFFICIENCY

Transition to Cloud Computing

Cloud computing has evolved to become a real solution for enterprise mission critical applications. While some organizations will continue to run applications on premise, many are embracing the cloud’s capacity to offer a more secure environment, lower risk, increase scalability and be more cost-effective.

BUSINESS CASE STUDIES

Assessing a Cloud Migration

Abilis’ understanding of cloud-based solutions has allowed us to be at the forefront of cloud conversions for business applications. Our team of specialists can build a comprehensive architecture plan according to a client’s specific needs and tailor the transition to ensure the risks are minimized. If your team requires assistance with system architecture development advice, contact us to leverage our team’s experience.

Abilis’ partnership with Azure allows us to draft cloud-based solutions which public organizations require

WHEN TO MIGRATE TO THE CLOUD

  • Receiving an upswing in traffic and demand
  • Needing to reduce infrastructure & operational costs
  • Aiming to boost IT effectiveness
  • Dispatching deployments quickly
  • Expanding a business’ geographic reach
  • Improving your employees remote accessibility
  • Establishing as a Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Upgrading and tracking server software
  • Seeking protection of a Service Level Agreement (SLA)
  • Requiring secure data protection

CLOUD ENVIRONMENTS

IAAS (INFRASTRUCTURE-AS-A-SERVICE)

A third-party provider hosts the cloud on behalf of its users. Also provides support and backup maintenance

PAAS (PLATFORM-AS-A-SERVICE)

A cloud computing model equipped to create and manage custom cloud applications

SAAS (SOFTWARE-AS-A-SERVICE)

The cloud is used to deliver one application to many users anywhere in the world from a centrally located environment

XAAS (EVERYTHING-AS-A-SERVICE)

Facilitates the flexibility for organizations to customize their computing environments to craft the experiences they desire, all on demand

CLOUD COMPUTING MODEL

PUBLIC CLOUD

A third-party provider that supplies cloud solutions to many clients where applications and/or data is stored on shared servers

PRIVATE CLOUD

An infrastructure operated by an individual organization. Privately managed on-site or off premises

HYBRID CLOUD

A cloud comprised of two or more clouds that act independently but bounded by standardized or proprietary technology that allows portability of data and applications

COMMUNITY CLOUD

A cloud shared between several organizations (such jails and court houses) where data can be exchanged freely among entities while also keeping it secure from the outside world