Scalable, Fast, Advanced Cloud Solutions to Transform Your Business.
Cloud Storage lets you store data with multiple redundancy options, virtually anywhere.
With large teams spread across the globe, working from home or even in the same office, accessibility and safety of your data has become more and more important. Storing and syncing documents and media in the cloud is a huge convenience. It lets you easily share and access files from anywhere and restore them if something goes wrong.
How do you choose which one is right for you? You could just pick based on how much free storage space you get. That’s simple, but, a cloud storage service’s real value comes from how well it works for you or your business. We offer a variety of plans that will fit your business and your budget.
Private clouds are cloud environments solely dedicated to a single end user or group, where the environment usually runs behind that user or group’s firewall. All private clouds have an IT infrastructure that is dedicated to a single customer with completely isolated access.
We offer both Managed or Dedicated Private Cloud Solutions.
Public clouds (PaaS)
Public clouds, or Platforms-as-a-Service (PaaS) are cloud environments typically created from IT infrastructure not owned by the end user. Some of the largest public cloud providers include Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
We offer numerous Public Cloud options with different packages and capabilities and will be able to design and provide the ideal Private Cloud Solution for you.
A hybrid cloud is a seemingly single IT environment created from multiple environments connected through local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), virtual private networks (VPNs), and/or APIs. Rocket Science can architect and implement the ideal Hybrid Solution for your organisation.
Multiclouds are a cloud approach made up of more than 1 cloud service, from more than 1 cloud vendor—public or private. All hybrid clouds are multiclouds, but not all multiclouds are hybrid clouds. Multiclouds become hybrid clouds when multiple clouds are connected by some form of integration or orchestration, which Rocket Science can architect for you.
A multicloud environment might exist on purpose (to better control sensitive data or as redundant storage space for improved disaster recovery) or by accident. Either way, having multiple clouds is becoming more common across enterprises that seek to improve security and performance through an expanded portfolio of environments.