Intergy Consulting is a Microsoft Solutions Partner for Digital & App Innovation (Azure), Data & AI (Azure), and Infrastructure (Azure).
With Microsoft cloud development and service management experience, Intergy can provide various cloud services from defining Architecture to Implementation and Support.
What are managed cloud services?
A cloud service is any service made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing provider’s servers, as opposed to being provided from a company’s own on-premise servers. Intergy high quality cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed. Moving to the cloud is which usually highly recommend and more cost effective, providing the agility, flexibility and scalability you need to grow and prosper in today’s highly competitive business environment and to provide high quality customer service.
As your cloud partner, we will managed your core infrastructure seamlessly in the background, taking away the stress and hassle of managing your own infrastructure, and allowing you to concentrate on your core business activities and customer service.
Our managed cloud services include
We are an authorised reseller of Microsoft Azure service providers in Sydney, which enables us to build secure cloud solutions for our customers, and provide business and technical support as per below range of cloud support services and solutions we offer.
- Cloud Strategy and Consultation
- Cloud Consulting
- Cloud Solution Architecture
- Cloud Hosting
- Managed Cloud Services
- Application Migration
- Integration with Cloud Applications
- Develop Native Cloud-based Applications
- Manage Backups and Recovery
- Regular Monitoring, Maintenance and Support
Cloud computing managed services categories
PLATFORM AS A SERVICE (PAAS)
A computing platform being delivered as a service. Here the platform is outsourced in place of a company or data centre purchasing and managing their own hardware and software layers. PaaS allows you to avoid the expense and complexity of buying and managing software licenses, the underlying application infrastructure and middleware.
INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS)
Here computer infrastructure, such as virtual resources, are being delivered as a service. IaaS is popular in the cloud infrastructure category where both software applications and servers are purchased as a fully outsourced service, and usually billed monthly based on resource usage.
We can design, build, deploy and manage your business critical applications in the cloud platforms. Speak to our qualified team of experts to find the right cloud strategy for you and your business.
Cloud computing is defined as the delivery of on-demand computing services such as servers, storage, databases, networking and more over the internet. The idea is to offer faster, more flexible resources to your business. Instead of storing data locally and using local servers, when you sign up for cloud computing services, you rent the infrastructure to power your business operations.
Managed cloud services are solutions that help to manage your cloud resources or infrastructure. Managed cloud services can include migration, configuration, optimisation and maintenance and aim to allow organisations to leverage the benefits of the cloud while minimising the time and cost required to manage it.
With managed cloud services, you can transition to a cloud network infrastructure and leverage many business benefits, including:
- Reduced costs
- Faster network speeds
- Less downtime
- Tightened security
- Simplified compliance
- Enhanced visibility
There are three main cloud computing services models to choose from:
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) – essential compute, storage and networking resources on demand.
- Platform as a Service (PaaS) – a complete development and deployment environment that includes middleware, development tools, database management systems and more.
- Software as a Service (SaaS) – delivering applications as a rentable service over the internet, with all the underlying infrastructure, software and data located in the service provider’s data centre.
The cloud is generally more secure and reliable than private data centres. This is because cloud providers put security parameters in place to secure your data including encryption, identity management and physical security. They also have business continuity plans and backup generators to prevent downtime. However, you should ensure you understand your responsibilities towards your data too and manage access appropriately.
Businesses of all shapes and sizes can benefit from cloud computing. It allows access to files and data from any location, enabling remote working and collaboration among teams. If you’re looking for a cost-efficient, flexible and scalable way to manage your growing business, cloud computing is the ideal solution.
With many providers offering similar services, it helps to keep the following in mind:
- Skills – find out what cloud services they use, what organisations they’ve worked with and how familiar they are with your business.
- Security – review what security measures are in place to ensure your data is secure and whether they provide any built-in solutions.
- Support – find out how much control you will have, what training will be provided and what information will be shared with you.
As a managed cloud service provider, we aim to optimise your costs in the cloud. This means ensuring you’re only paying for the resources you need and modernising your environment to reduce the cost of legacy infrastructure. With the use of cost management tools, virtual machines, automation and more, your costs can be substantially reduced.