There are a number of ways to use our cloud solutions and every company finds a unique way to apply the technology to their specific needs. However, here are some of the most common ways that businesses use our cloud services to support their operations and improve their efficiency:
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Cloud servers provide a stable and powerful platform for developing applications. With rapid provisioning, developers can spin testing environments in seconds. Build up, tear down, and store data for later; the cloud empowers development teams with much needed computing agility.
Responsive platforms lend themselves well to supporting collaboration. Spin up a VM for your project team that can scale to your needs dynamically. Build a standard collaboration space and take a snapshot.
Cloud-sourced ERPs come with a wide range of benefits over the more traditional approaches. ERPs operating in an enterprise cloud solution offer a fast standardized means of deploying. Cloud-based ERP solutions offer lower IT costs, anywhere availability, and increased collaboration and report syncing not found in traditional approaches.
Clouds offer a variety of tools that lend themselves to a standardized quality assurance environment. Create a standard test environment for a variety of operating systems and databases and take a snapshot of it. You can then use that snapshot to re-create the environment whenever you need.
The elasticity of the cloud provides the perfect backdrop for e-commerce workloads. E-commerce solutions in the cloud benefit from reduced costs and more importantly can expand to meet the needs of increased demands whether they are planned increases or sudden spikes in growth.
Cloud hosting is your ticket to the software defined data center. Create a solid platform that provides your customers with a powerful blend of redundancy, instant deploys, and high availability, while reducing your current infrastructure costs.
Cloud infrastructure creates a solid foundation for providing SaaS solutions. Clouds are able to rapidly scale resources and help SaaS firms when it comes to intense resource workloads, such as pushing out patches or handling large periods of growth.
Cloud servers create a perfect environment for developing and deploying custom applications. Whether the application is for external or internal use, you can spin a VM with a variety of operating system, database, and third-party software support to create the proper mix of support for your custom applications.