Cloud Advisory Services

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Cloud Advisory

Cloud transformation is not a "one-size-fit-all" undertaking. We believe that every cloud transformation requires a comprehensive roadmap guided by a strategy aligned to your business goals. Based on our expertise across different industry domains and various cloud technologies, we provide a full range of advisory services to implement a best practice approach to manage your applications, data and security across multiple clouds. Our flexible cloud platforms and comprehensive managed cloud services are designed to support your single cloud or multi-cloud deployments to deliver better Customer Experience and Return on Investment (ROI) outcomes.

Our Cloud Advisory Approach

As cloud computing evolves, adopting a multi-cloud approach can help you unlock the next level of cloud benefits and accelerate digital innovation. With a multi-cloud deployment model that includes a mix of public and private clouds, you can overcome the limitation of going all-in on a single cloud platform. This provides flexibility to deploy different cloud platforms for diverse workloads based on unique business unit and technology requirements.

Geoved offers options for hyperscale cloud platforms from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Hyperscale clouds offer you a flexible, on-demand and consumption-based platform to build, manage, and deploy applications on a massive global network.


What is a cloud service?

The term "cloud services" refers to a wide range of services delivered on demand to companies and customers over the internet. These services are designed to provide easy, affordable access to applications and resources, without the need for internal infrastructure or hardware. From checking email to collaborating on documents, most employees use cloud services throughout the workday, whether they’re aware of it or not.

Cloud services are fully managed by cloud computing vendors and service providers. They’re made available to customers from the providers' servers, so there's no need for a company to host applications on its own on-premises servers.

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What types of cloud services solutions are there ?

Generally speaking, there are three basic types of cloud services:

Software as a Service (SaaS)

The most widely recognized type of cloud service is known as software as a service, or SaaS. This broad category encompasses a variety of services, such as file storage and backup, web-based email, and project management tools.

Examples of SaaS cloud service providers include Dropbox, G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, Slack and Citrix Content Collaboration. In each of these applications, users can access, share, store, and secure information in “the cloud.”

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a service, or IaaS, provides the infrastructure that many cloud service providers need to manage SaaS tools—but don’t want to maintain themselves. It serves as the complete datacenter framework, eliminating the need for resource-intensive, on-site installations.

Examples of IaaS are Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Compute Engine. These providers maintain all storage servers and networking hardware, and may also offer load balancing, application firewalls, and more. Many well-known SaaS providers run on IaaS platforms.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

The cloud service model known as platform as a service, or PaaS, serves as a web-based environment where developers can build cloud apps. PaaS provides a database, operating system and programming language that organizations can use to develop cloud-based software, without having to maintain the underlying elements.


What are the benefits of cloud services?

Cloud services solutions enhance the ability to scale

Because the cloud service provider supplies all necessary infrastructure and software, there's no need for a company to invest in its own resources or allocate extra IT staff to manage the service. This, in turn, makes it easy for the business to scale the solution as user needs change—whether that means increasing the number of licenses to accommodate a growing workforce or expanding and enhancing the applications themselves.

Lowered costs

Many cloud services are provided on a monthly or annual subscription basis, eliminating the need to pay for on-premises software licenses. This allows organizations to access software, storage, and other services without having to invest in the underlying infrastructure or handle maintenance and upgrades.

Increased flexibility with cloud services

With cloud services, companies can procure services on an on-demand, as-needed basis. If and when there’s no longer a need for a particular application or platform, the business can simply cancel the subscription or shut down the service.


Our Cloud Partner Ecosystem

We bring domain knowledge, engineering and technology expertise to develop a rich set of cloud-based solutions with a 360 degree relationship as a training, engineering, certification, and implementation partner.