Cloud Computing

It’s about how IT happens, and not where IT happens.

If you have been thinking about changing the way you manage your IT services such as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), or software as a service (SaaS), we can help with that!

Cloud computing has provided a valuable new option for how businesses get IT done. At CTR, we understand that the cloud is about rethinking and redesigning IT services. By using the cloud, your business can save money, deliver value more quickly, access a broad range of technologies, scale its computing capacity up and down as needed, and shift more of its focus to providing business value. It’s no wonder so many companies are shifting more and more of their workloads to the cloud.

We can help you shift your workload to the cloud!

We have years of experience working on the cloud, and our resources are certified on AWS and OCI. A certified CTR Cloud Architect will facilitate a Free Cloud Workshop with your team to evaluate your current systems and how to benefit from the cloud’s attributes.

We will design and implement a proof of concept to explore risk and return on investment. Then we will architect and implement your cloud platform.

Some of our offerings:

  1. Migration: Migrate existing workload to the Cloud
  2. Consultation : Propose an efficient cloud solution for quick adoption of cloud to transform IT and reduce operational costs
  3. Deployment: Deploy scalable, secure and cost effective applications on the cloud
  4. Disaster Recovery: Move or implement  the DR solution in the cloud to attain high availability of applications
  5. DevOps: Build and deliver products more rapidly using an array of flexible services on the cloud

A little more about the three common services?

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is generally referring to infrastructure components such as servers, storage, and networking hardware that are traditionally present on premise. For example, AWS and Azure.

Platform as a service (PaaS) is referring to hardware and software tools usually needed for application hosting or development like OpenShift. Users can focus on creating and running applications rather than constructing and maintaining the underlying infrastructure and services.

Software as a service (SaaS) is where a third-party provider hosts applications such as Office 365 and makes them available to customers over the internet.