Your software must go somewhere.
Most businesses choose cloud services because of quick provisioning, scaling, and not managing hardware directly. Public clouds such as AWS, Digital Ocean and Google Cloud have become the norm for running your infrastructure. They don't just host websites and have today become integral parts of business tools, disaster recovery and data storage.
Realise cost savings.
When setting up and managing cloud services, users often find their costs balloon over time. Developers regularly depend on highly available premium resources even when data is accessed rarely for archiving - or housekeeping is left undone when necessary, causing services to become bloated. Your cloud usage needs to be effective and efficient.
Single point of contact
Resolving issues in your critical services can be challenging without someone around to take responsibility. That's where we come in. Depending on the support level you require, we can monitor and proactively respond to problems in your cloud services and be on hand to make upgrades or other changes.