Cloud Services: Agile Digital Solutions for Agile Companies [Best Practice]

Cloud Services Best Practice
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Whether it is our client myAGRAR relying on Microsoft Azure as a cloud service provider for its B2B and B2C multi-client platform, the long-established company TROX from the Lower Rhine region moving towards an agile future with Amazon Web Services or BayWa AG placing its trust in Germany’s leading multi-cloud data service provider plusserver – in our new »Best Practices« publication, we show you that the right cloud services strategy is the basis for a company’s digital success.

Companies such as Mövenpick Wein Schweiz AG and PRECITOOL, a joint venture of various European companies in the field of tool logistics, also benefit from a service portfolio that ranges from initial consulting to 24/7 support.

Find out in this concise article how

    • modern cloud services consulting helps to evaluate existing IT architectures and supports companies in developing an innovative data strategy
    • exactly data is migrated to the cloud
    • modern DevOps strategies have a positive impact on corporate culture
    • monitoring, deployment, test cycles as well as backup automation and continuous improvement should be put into practice nowadays

Cloud Services: This Is Where Data Belongs Today

Important data – neatly write it down in a church register with a quill pen and ink, put salt on the Sütterlin script, close the leather cover and lock it away in an oak cabinet. Stop, fast forward! Important data – print it out, hole punch the paper and put it in a Leitz folder. Stop, fast forward… Store it on a hard drive, on a memory stick or in a local data centre? Nope, let us forget the »fast forward« button and jump to the present, i.e. to the cloud, because this is where data belongs today. Cloud computing involves accessing external data centres, whose existing capacities are used flexibly. As a result, they are capable of much more than just storing important data.

In our new »Cloud Services Best Practices« publication, we present examples of modern cloud service management.

Cloud Services Best Practices – Flexible, Scalable, Growth-Oriented

The decision in favour of cloud services goes far beyond hosting. On the one hand, it is a decision in favour of an infrastructure that is at the forefront of technological development; on the other hand, it is a strategy for paving the way to a modern and agile corporate culture that makes optimal use of resources, strives for a fast time to market and makes the seemingly impossible possible.

Cloud Services Best Practices – Security and Speed

In our »Cloud Services Best Practices« publication, we provide numerous client examples to show in a practical way how this works in everyday business for very different requirement profiles.

Find out how companies, some of which have a very long tradition and may well have kept their first books of account with pen and ink, are now benefitting from professional cloud service management – in the third decade of the third millennium of the Common Era.

As an experienced digital agency, we support these companies on their way forward. In our publication, we show you how they benefit from good cloud service management. What makes good cloud service management stand out is that companies

    • work together with a reliable cloud service provider
    • benefit from a deep technical understanding of the applications being managed
    • can rely on the monitoring of infrastructures, applications and business processes

Download the »Cloud Services Best Practices« Publication for Free Now

Cloud Services Best Practice

The biggest advantage of the cloud, apart from minimising data loss, is the speed with which data can be accessed and analysed – not to mention the cost savings through flexibility and scalability. Find out in our new »Cloud Services Best Practices« publication how leading companies are making smart use of these services and identify lessons you can take away for your business.

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