Moving to a public cloud service provider such as AWS, Azure or Google? We understand that without the expertise in-house, running a server at optimum performance can be a challenging and expensive prospect. Why not minimise the risk by opting for Hyve’s management layer?
Our cloud experts work directly with your business to put together a realistic migration plan and provide a continuous critical management layer to support your platform. We’re available 24/7/365, helping you make the most of the flexibility, reliability and cost efficiencies that public cloud can offer.
As well as our management layer for public cloud services, we also provide an all-in-one multi-tenanted cloud solution, powered by VMware. Our managed cloud offers the flexibility and scalability of the public cloud, but with added security, management and 24/7 monitoring. We’ll migrate and manage your cloud, so you can focus on growing your business.
It’s no secret that public cloud billing can often be unpredictable. That’s why our managed cloud runs on a fixed payment pricing model, helping you stay on top of costs. From hosting simple websites to running high-intensity workloads, our managed cloud is designed to cater to every business.
Many businesses don’t have the resources or expertise to manage the complex areas of a public cloud setup. If things go wrong, you can rely on our certified experts to go the extra mile to help you resolve any issues.
Public clouds are complex and ever-evolving. Hyve utilises continuous internal and external training to keep up to date on all future improvements. As Microsoft and AWS partners, we get early access to new features & understand all aspects of a platform before it is rolled out.
Security implications and threats can be a constant worry for businesses. We have certified security experts that provide ongoing security reviews to ensure that all your compliance needs are not only met, but exceeded.
Our 24/7/365 proactive monitoring support goes above and beyond the options that you can buy from AWS, Microsoft or Google. If there is an issue – day or night – our engineers are alerted and troubleshoot to solve the problem within 20 minutes.
Our powerful cloud automation platform & dedicated team of certified engineers deliver superior performance for your public cloud workloads. Maximise all that Azure and AWS have to offer with a solution built by hand, specifically for your business.
Many businesses require rapid access to data and collaboration among employees, partners & customers. We take care of the architectural complexity of identity environments, increasing regulatory requirements and privacy concerns, so you don’t have to.
Public cloud refers to a cloud service that shares computing resources among a range of users, via the internet. Users predominantly utilise the public cloud for services such as storage capabilities and web-based applications.
Public cloud services can be utilised across a number of industries and platforms. However, public cloud services are regularly used across interactive tools or applications over the internet, such as web-based emails or data repositories.
Public cloud hosting runs on a pay-as-you-go model, where you are charged for the specific resources you use. This means that the more you use, the more you pay, so any unexpected spikes in traffic could result in an inflated monthly invoice.
Although both are operated on a remote server, public and private clouds differ in several areas. One is not better than the other – they are simply different services for different needs.
The main difference between public cloud and private cloud is that private cloud refers to a cloud hosting service where the hardware is solely dedicated to the needs of an individual business, whereas public cloud uses shared hardware between multiple businesses. To find out more, take a look at our blog here.
Feb 28, 2019
What is Public Cloud? Public Cloud is a standard cloud computing model where Virtual Machines, applications and storage run on shared physical servers. Examples…
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