Cloud Managed Services
Managed Cloud Services will help your business embrace cloud technology - increase productivity, reduce costs and grow your business.
More and more businesses are migrating workloads to the public cloud, and want to improve control, performance and flexibility. While the public cloud providers offer a catalogue of services, they do not support the public cloud in a way that is fully consistent with the way that you need to manage across your estate.
To adopt public cloud services as part of your cloud-first strategy, you need a partner who can:
- Identify and migrate the workloads suitable for public cloud environments
- Integrate, proactively monitor, and manage your environment and applications
- Protect your business from data loss, outages and security risks
Your Partner in Public Cloud
ABT infoCloud provides the enterprise-grade managed services you need to run applications on the leading public cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine, SoftLayer and Virtustream.
Our public cloud experts :
- Configure and deploy public cloud IaaS
- Configure and deploy applications and services on public cloud IaaS
- Design and architect your public cloud environment
- Integrate public cloud services with other enterprise IT
- Automate provisioning to accelerate deployment
- Provide managed services for IaaS and applications, including technical support, backups, and monitoring of service performance
- Secure the intersection of public cloud and enterprise environments
- Broker public cloud services on your behalf, or equip you with self-service brokering and provisioning capabilities
Your enterprise benefits from :
- Control over costs and cost allocations
- Higher IT organization focus on business mission-critical applications
- Capital efficiency: exit the data centre
- Standardized applications and processes.
- Being able to pilot innovative service projects to scale up quickly
- Rapidly evolving services to stay ahead of the competition
- Enabling a digital-first strategy