Why use public cloud?
In order to take full advantage of the public cloud, it’s important to begin with a dialogue aimed at building a picture of the business context and requirements. That picture can then be used to guide solution design. In some cases, a hybrid solution or a mix of private and public cloud services may be better suited to an organisation’s wishes, ambitions, goals and security needs.
The public cloud is one of the standard building blocks we use in the managed cloud solutions we design, build and operate. We work on a cloud-agnostic basis, where we’re not tied to any one solution or platform. That means we can start by learning about your objectives, ambitions and strategy before considering which cloud building blocks provide the best fit.
Advantages of the public cloud
Speed, convenience and flexibility make the public cloud great for a new project, business idea or application. However, oversight and control are vital for preventing fragmentation and a raft of security and management headaches.
The public cloud therefore forms part of a wider and more extensive framework of interrelated agreements, requirements, ambitions and objectives. Discussion of the options provides a basis for moving certain elements to the public cloud or starting migration. Your organisation can then take advantage of the public cloud on the basis of clear arrangements and the highest security, privacy and compliance standards.
Beginning the journey to the public cloud
Want a better idea of what the public cloud is all about? Interested in learning more about the possibilities or how to get started with the public cloud? We’d be happy to talk and help you explore the opportunities offered by the public cloud.