Post18 January, 20132 min de lectura

5 reasons to move your servers to the cloud

CCloudServices.png Each time more companies decide to migrate their servers to the cloud in order to obtain greater flexibility, reduce operating costs and eliminate investment , thus benefiting from all the financial and technical aspects that surround the cloud. The cloud is also the answer to the need to improve the security and availability of applications, without the need to invest.

With Windows Azure, companies get a flexible, robust, and secure platform that enables servers and storage as a service in Microsoft-managed data centers .

Infrastructure to suit you, without investment in servers

With Windows Azure Virtual Machine, you can have the servers you need, with the capacity that is required at all times, in high availability and forming part of your network as if they were physically in your company. The main advantages are:

  • Cost reduction : Regarding the option of investing in acquiring and maintaining hardware in your company, the cloud option presents significant savings in energy consumption, support and maintenance.
  • Flexibility : The cloud allows you to obtain more or less resources / server power according to the real need of each moment, paying only for the actual use of the system.
  • Emergencies, in minutes: Unlike acquiring servers or opting for other solutions in classic internet providers, having a new server in Windows Azure requires only minutes.
  • Availability: The information is replicated in at least 3 physical locations, which ensures that in the event of a problem, the data will always be available.
  • Security: The most sophisticated security measures are often out of reach for most companies. However, the security standards that Microsoft data centers adhere to provide customers with the confidence that their data will be more secure than anywhere else.

At Softeng we offer you a comprehensive cloud strategy customized according to your needs and we help you manage and securely connect your organization’s corporate network with the servers you decide to have in the cloud.

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