In the past, all organisations used on-premise data centres, which means that they maintained all the IT infrastructure needed for business by themselves. In recent years, there has been a shift to moving data centres to the cloud, i.e., instead of the organisation managing its infrastructure, it leases the infrastructure from an external partner, a third party, and accesses its resources via the Internet or a direct dedicated link. While cloud deployments offer a variety of benefits, some organisations have reasons to keep their data centre on-premises.
It is not necessarily a question of either, though. Migration to the cloud can also be partially realised. A very common case is that of hybrid data centre solutions, which contain a mix of on-premises data centre components and cloud data centre components.
In line with customer requirements and market trends, we provide the following mission-critical cloud and data centre infrastructure:
- On-Premises Data Centre
- Cloud Data Centre
- Hybrid Cloud Data Centre