Our Cloud Infrastructure Services
Infrastructure Management and design is one of the fastest growing need in the IT World. Cloud infrastructure refers to a virtual infrastructure, which is delivered through us by choosing right solutions with expertise.
Top benefits of cloud computing
Cloud computing is a big shift from the traditional way businesses think about IT resources. Here are seven common reasons why organisations are turning to cloud computing services:
Microsoft and cloud computing
Microsoft is a leading global provider of cloud computing services for businesses of all sizes. Microsoft Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help your organisation meet your business challenges. It’s the freedom to build, manage and deploy applications on a massive, global network using your favourite tools and frameworks.
Once you’ve decided to make the move to cloud computing, your next step is to select a cloud service provider. It’s vital to assess the reliability and capability of a service provider that you plan to entrust with your organisation’s applications and data. Some things to consider:
Business health and processes
- Financial health. At ITCP we track record of stability and be in a healthy financial position with sufficient capital to operate successfully over the long term.
- Organisation, governance, planning and risk management. At ITCP we formal management structure, established risk management policies and a formal process for assessing third-party service providers and vendors.
- Trust. You should like ITCP and its principles. Check the provider’s reputation and see who its partners are. Find out its level of cloud experience. Read reviews, and talk to customers whose situation is similar to yours.
- Business knowledge and technical know-how. At ITCP we understand your business and what you’re looking to do, and be able to match it up with their technical expertise.
- Compliance audit. At ITCP we are be able to validate compliance with all of your requirements through a third-party audit.
- Service Level Agreements (SLAs). At ITCP we are be able to promise you a basic level of service that you are comfortable with.
- Performance reporting. At ITCP we are able to give you performance reports.
- Resource monitoring and configuration management. At ITCP we always delivering sufficient controls to track and monitor services provided to customers and any changes made to their systems.
- Billing and accounting. This should be automated so that you can monitor what resources you’re using and the cost, so you don’t run up unexpected bills. There should also be support for billing-related issues.
Technical capabilities and processes
- Ease of deployment, management and upgrade. At ITCP we have mechanisms that make it easy for you to deploy, manage and upgrade your software and applications.
- Standard interfaces. At ITCP we use standard APIs and data transforms so that your organisation can easily build connections to the cloud.
- Event management. At ITCP we have a formal system for event management that’s integrated with its monitoring/management system.
- Change management. At ITCP we have documented and formal processes for requesting, logging, approving, testing and accepting changes.
- Hybrid capability. Even if you don’t plan to use a hybrid cloud initially, At ITCP we can support this model. It has advantages that you may wish to exploit at a later time.
- Security infrastructure. At ITCP we deliver a comprehensive security infrastructure for all levels and types of cloud services.
- Security policies. At ITCP we deliver comprehensive security policies and procedures in place for controlling access to provider and customer systems.
- Identity management. Changes to any application service or hardware component should be authorised on a personal or group role basis, and authentication should be required for anyone to change an application or data.
- Data backup and retention. Policies and procedures to ensure integrity of customer data should be in place and operational.
- Physical security. Controls that ensure physical security should be in place, including for access to co-located hardware. Also, data centres should have environmental safeguards to protect equipment and data from disruptive events. There should be redundant networking and power and a documented disaster recovery and business continuity plan.