Cloud Computing, Private, Public, Multicloud or Hybrid Cloud: Simplify your journey to the cloud and use new technologies to transform your business.
Stop doing “Capacity Planning”
Leave aside the logistics of purchasing and maintaining hardware. Forget about issues of rack space utilization, energy usage, connectivity and bandwidth in the datacenter.
Cloud computing puts all the computing resources you need at your disposal, when you need them.
The use of cloud resources brings several advantages to the business:
The different Cloud Computing offerings at Matrix
For mission-critical workloads that demand a higher level of security and consistent performance.
Applications built on new generation programming languages such as artificial intelligence, big data or machine learning. Applications with unpredictable demand or super-scale.
As the use of the cloud matures, it is natural to evolve towards the use of specialized services in distinct public clouds. This is “multicloud” usage, where applications are distributed across two or more public clouds in order to get the most out of each.
Integration and unified management of public, private clouds, and traditional data center services. Rationalize your infrastructure, simplify your operations and reduce costs.
VDI and Cloud Workspace
Desktop virtualization brings several benefits, both in security and in the efficient use of resources. The desktop is standardized and the need for individual workstations, just as hardware maintenance, is completely eliminated. The new generation of cloud workspace ensures safer and more efficient access to business applications.
Cloud Connection Exchange
Establish secure and private communications between different cloud providers. Ensure availability and the best user experience for hybrid cloud and multi-cloud scenarios
Cloud Management and Automation Platform
Automate the delivery of IT services and applications, using the infrastructure that delivers the most cost-effectiveness for each type of workload.
Database as a Service (DBaaS)
Simplify your database operations and establish data lakes to turn data into business information.
Planning and executing the transfer of your workloads to the infrastructure of your choice, whether public, private or hybrid
What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud Computing is the use of third party computing resources through an Internet connection, or private telecommunications services. It covers the use of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and the use of Software as a Service (SaaS).
An example of using Cloud Infrastructure (IaaS) is the rental of virtual servers and computing resources (such as storage or cybersecurity) from third-party providers such as Matrix, IBM Cloud, Amazon AWS, among others.
Some examples of Platform as a Service (PaaS) are Matrix DBaaS and Job Scheduler, Amazon Elastic Beanstalk; among others. For Software as a Service we can mention Office365 and ServiceNow.