IT / Cloud solutions
We enable the storage and processing of data on remote servers accessible via the Internet or WAN infrastructure by establishing an application-based software infrastructure, the so-called Cloud. Cloud is an infrastructure which can be divided into two components: front-end and back-end.
The primary component of the cloud system is the back-end. The back-end consists of a server and a database that are responsible for the secure storage and processing of data and information.
By implementing the Front-end component, we enable access to user data on the cloud infrastructure using Internet browsers or cloud user applications.
When implementing a hybrid cloud environment, we enable clients to regulate the necessary resources without making changes to the local infrastructure and relocating all data from the local data centers.
A hybrid cloud represents an infrastructure which consists of a public and a private cloud environment where these two environments exchange data and information with each other.
With the hybrid cloud, our customers gain the flexibility and processing power of the public cloud infrastructure for basic and less sensitive data and applications, while keeping the most important business data and applications secured in the local network behind the firewall on their infrastructure.
We offer solutions from the following companies: Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Amazon and RedHat.
- The process of managing active containers whose purpose is transparent migration and scaling of services between private and public infrastructure is called containerization. Container orchestration platforms represent a natural environment for the development of cloud native applications, short cycles of developing new functionalities (CI / CD), automated processes for creating the environment (infrastructure as code), automated software testing and controlled release of new versions into production, i.e. all aspects of the devOps paradigm. Kubernetes is the basis of several commercial solutions of this type, such as IBM Cloud Private and Red Hat Openshift.
- Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) together with service-oriented architecture are an unavoidable step towards that goal. The transition from monolithic information systems to microservice architecture is a complex and time-consuming process. With ESB, it is possible to connect old and modern technologies, thus opening the possibility of gradual and controlled migration, as well as connect on-premise applications with services on public cloud infrastructure, or with public SaaS and PaaS services.
- API Management – In the architecture of easily connected components that communicate exclusively through API endpoints, it is important to have absolute control over all interfaces – from up-to-date API documentation, API version records, usage tracking and integration with billing systems, to rights of access and control of what is exposed and under what conditions.
- Identity & Access Management – Hybrid cloud implies the existence of an account in two domains – private (on-premise) and public (public cloud). In addition to traditional IAM solutions, there are also new products specializing in cloud environment, such as Cloud Access Security Broker – CASB.
- Cloud at Customer – As an Oracle partner, we can offer our customers the original Cloud-at-Customer option, where their public cloud services, including leading PaaS database products, are offered in the form of an on-premise system. The offer is especially interesting for existing users of Exadata Database Machine products, because by integrating with Cloud-at-Customer systems they can create disaster recovery, development and test environments which are safe, performant, in accordance with the law, and carry all the benefits of PaaS service – subscription model and complete technical support.
By implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), which represents the overall infrastructure, we satisfy our clients’ need for instant generation and management via the Internet.
By operationalizing the abovementioned solution, we provide our clients with the absence of additional costs of procurement and management of physical servers and other data centers of equipment. The benefit of IaaS is reflected in the processing of unforeseen requests for storage space as well as constant requests for increasement of storage resources. IaaS provides users with all the necessary infrastructure for hosting web applications, including storage, web and application servers, and network resources. IaaS enables expeditious increase and decrease of total resources.
The range of our solutions also includes Microsoft Office 365, which represents a line of Microsoft subscriber services.
Office 365 includes various subscription models that allow the use of Microsoft Office products for the duration of the subscription, as well as cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) products for business environments, such as Exchange servers, Skype for Business servers, SharePoint servers and others.
All Office 365 subscription models, at no additional cost, also include automatic updates of all their software as opposed to the conventional software licensing model where each new version of the software requires the purchase of an additional license.
Depending on the subscription model, Office 365 offers a variety of services and software.
Software – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, Skype for Business, Planner, InfoPath, Office Online apps, Teams
Services – Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server, Yammer Enterprise, Public website, File storage and sharing, SharePoint, Active Directory, Site mailboxes, Office mobile apps, eDiscovery Center, Self-Service – Business Intelligence, Voicemail, Custom Domain, OneDrive, Security. . .