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AZ Cloud has the ideal services and the dedicated support to allow companies to focus on their core activities and grow with peace of mind.
Cloud computing is described as the process of using a network of remote servers, hosted over the Internet, to store, manage, and process data rather than hosting it locally. Essentially, cloud computing is using someone else’s infrastructure and hardware, reducing the amount of capital investments your business needs to make.
Developing a cloud strategy begins with outlining your technical and business goals. Understand which drivers for your business to migrate to the cloud and which solutions these drivers require. Your cloud strategy may be starting small and gradually, or your business may be in a position to deepen. Once you have identified your needs, Companies can better understand if their cloud strategy should include public, private, or hybrid cloud solutions. set a roadmap and timeline to execute your move to the cloud.
There are many options for moving workloads to the cloud and most will depend on your business and cloud strategy. Companies may choose to slowly move their entire IT environment to the cloud or just one task. Most companies use the cloud for both short- and long-term data backup. Application-based workloads can also be moved to the cloud (ie CRM, Marketing Automation, etc.). Test and development operations can also be outsourced. In fact, the ability to turn environments on and off in minutes, scale them up or down on demand, and access data from anywhere is a big draw. Another outsourcing can be discussed with your cloud service provider in this case AZ Cloud.
As one of the key appeals to working with a cloud service provider is that they deal with the intricacies of your cloud transition, you don’t need to hire additional staff when moving to the cloud. However, having some internal IT knowledge is helpful to ease the transition. If Companies do not have existing IT staff, consider AZ Cloud staff to help you take advantage of the services that cloud providers offer and provide advice.
AZ Cloud works like any other international Cloud, the great advantage is that it is hosted in Angola / Luanda in the neutral Data Center and connected to national IXP’s / PTT and consequently to national ISPs.
Thus, ensuring a cloud more connected and prepared for the needs of the local market.
Companies that choose to move to the cloud do so for several reasons. The benefits of flexibility, scalability, cost savings etc. are compared with availability concerns. It is important to assess whether the cloud is ideal for businesses from a strategic and operational perspective. Does your demand for IT vary throughout the year? Are your IT costs affecting your ability to grow as a business? In this case, Companies may consider a cloud option that can be easily scaled.
Companies should also evaluate their current IT configuration to understand the benefits of moving to the cloud, especially in the following areas:
Service – How important is security, reliability and flexibility for your business? Is your current solution meeting your needs? Is there room for improvement?
Technology Scenario – How many business users are there? What is the geographic distribution of your user base? Do your employees need remote access?
Cost – Are companies satisfied with the costs of your on-premise solution? Are the costs to extend or upgrade services acceptable?
Ease of Migration – When did the company last invest in significant investments? Do companies have any contractual and vendor commitments that restrict migration?
Answering these questions can help you understand if the cloud is a good fit for your business.
Many companies don’t take time to consider what they might need to implement before moving to the cloud. Most of the time, preparing to move to the cloud is simple and only requires a cloud service provider to handle the transition. However, one of the biggest things to consider is your network bandwidth. With pressure on local Internet connections from cloud computing, Companies may consider upgrading their bandwidth or investing in SD-WAN technology to increase connectivity.
Overall, the easiest and most common workload to move to the cloud is backup. Backup as a Service (BaaS) is easy to use and helps mitigate key business continuity concerns regarding downtime and data loss. Cloud-based backup can be used for multiple environments or just one environment – depending on the restrictions your company chooses to place on cloud usage.
With cyber attacks on the rise today, security is a major concern. Cloud providers implement various security parameters so that, in the event of an attack, your data is secure and can be restored. These tactics include encryption, identity management, and physical security. Vendors must also have business continuity plans in place that utilize redundant hardware, backup generators, and other measures to prevent downtime.
Firstly, we ensure that information from our clients is never stored outside the country thus reducing the chances of attacks by third parties;
We guarantee superior experience using virtual machines, platforms and other services as you do not rely on international connectivity to access your contracted services;
Payments for services rendered locally in local currency, thus reducing our customers’ financial charges.
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AZ Cloud is the ideal infrastructure for latency sensitive application in the Angolan Market, with response below the 30ms on locally deployed applications.
Locally deployed have a better performance and are more responsive than their counterparts. Deploy your applications and services in AZ Cloud and see gains and improvements allowing a better experience to your end clients.
Develop local content based services with our platform of services.
Keep your services closer to the end client, in a secure, reliable and resilient Cloud.
Pay for your local Cloud services in the currency your business is most comfortable. Keep local content local with local Currency.
Deploy services quickly with local support in order to meet the demands of a competitive market.
AZ Cloud assures outstanding uptime with the reliability of our infrastructure assured by Tier III like Data Centre design, operation and quality of service.