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Cloud Infrastructure

The cloud is a vast network of remote servers which can be accessed via the Internet. The servers act differently. They can store data, run applications, or deliver specific services such as video streaming or email. Based on the specifications and the use cases, the cloud can be used in four different ways:

  1. Private cloud: The resources are shared internally within the organization, and the servers are hosted on-premise. This method is useful in case of mission-critical data.
  2. Public cloud: The resources are owned by a third-party cloud provider (Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Compute Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure)
  3. Community cloud: The resources are shared between specific organizations such as governmental organizations.
  4. Hybrid cloud: A combination of public and private cloud infrastructure. This strategy can be useful for the businesses that have mission-critical data and also demand substantial computational power.

Nowadays cloud becomes a mainstream for many companies. Many organizations are already decided to migrate to the cloud. However, this process requires a well-designed planning and preparation. As a cloud-native company, Argodis can enable your organisation to facilotate this process into the cloud by building the necessary infrastructure, both on-premise, as well as using a hybrid approach. We decide together with our clients how to find the correct method for cloud infrastructure which meets your business requirements. Please, contact us to arrange for an initial consultation.

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