Cloud Services

Cloud Services

The first sense of cloud services covers a wide range of resources that a service provider delivers to customers via the internet, which, in this context, has broadly become known as the cloud. Characteristics of cloud services include self-provisioning and elasticity; that is, customers can provision services on an on-demand basis and shut them down when no longer necessary.

Unified Communication - Exchange and Lync (Skype for Business)

Integration of Exchange email + Lync deliver virtual office for your employee to work anytime, anywhere and any devices. We have managed to migrate and delivered to more than 7000 users located within Indonesia nationwide.

Virtualization and Management

Microsoft Hyper-V combined with System Center families will give you cutting edge technology that reduce your Operational Expense (Opex) and delivery time while at the same time provide virtual system monitoring and management.

We deploy Virtualization via Windows Azure Pack (WAP) on premise that enable user to get their virtual server within less than 30 minutes. We managed service more than 500 virtual machines and monitor those system via System Center Families.

Cloud Services – Office 365 and Azure

IOffice 365 and Azure improve your productivity by leveraging internet access and cloud system. Furthermore, Hybrid system enables your to transfer the load of on premise system to the cloud and maintain good synchronization on both system.

We can help you on sizing, deploy, hybrid, manage or just simply migrate you on premise system to the cloud.

Private and Public Virtualization

Whether a public cloud or private cloud, everyone agrees that cloud computing key benefits include scalability, instant provisioning, virtualized resources and ability to expand the server base quickly.

The majority of public cloud deployments are generally used for web servers or development systems where security and compliance requirements of larger organizations and their customers is not an issue. Private cloud computing, on the other hand, by definition is a single-tenant environment where the hardware, storage and network are dedicated to a single client or company.

The public cloud is defined as a multi-tenant environment, where you buy a “server slice” in a cloud computing environment that is shared with a number of other clients or tenants.

IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service

Cloud infrastructure services, known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), are self-service models for accessing, monitoring, and managing remote datacenter infrastructures, such as compute (virtualized or bare metal), storage, networking, and networking services (e.g. firewalls). Instead of having to purchase hardware outright, users can purchase IaaS based on consumption, similar to electricity or other utility billing.

PaaS: Platform as a Service

Cloud platform services, or Platform as a Service (PaaS), are used for applications, and other development, while providing cloud components to software. What developers gain with PaaS is a framework they can build upon to develop or customize applications. PaaS makes the development, testing, and deployment of applications quick, simple, and cost-effective. With this technology, enterprise operations, or a third-party provider, can manage OSes, virtualization, servers, storage, networking, and the PaaS software itself. Developers, however, manage the applications.

SaaS: Software as a Service

Cloud application services, or Software as a Service (SaaS), represent the largest cloud market and are still growing quickly. SaaS uses the web to deliver applications that are managed by a third-party vendor and whose interface is accessed on the clients’ side. Most SaaS applications can be run directly from a web browser without any downloads or installations required, although some require plugins.

DaaS: Desktop as a Service

Desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) is a form of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) in which the VDI is outsourced and handled by a third party. Also called hosted desktop services, desktop-as-a-service is frequently delivered as a cloud service along with the apps needed for use on the virtual desktop.

SECaaS: Ssecurity as a Service

Security as a service (SECaaS) is a business model in which a large service provider integrates their security services into a corporate infrastructure on a subscription basis more cost effectively than most individuals or corporations can provide on their own, when total cost of ownership is considered.