Applying Knowledge provides cloud consulting for companies wishing to move to or already hosted on the AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google, and IBM cloud platforms.
We also develop and deploy innovative solutions for both Microsoft, Linux operating environments, and native serverless solutions.
Whether your organization is already in the Cloud or are just getting started, Applying Knowledge will provide you with our extensive professional experience across all major Cloud platforms.
Our Cloud Services
Applying Knowledge offers cloud roadmap, strategy, and assessment consulting services to start your journey into the cloud on the best footing possible.
Want to move to AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, or IBM but not sure where to start? We can implement your project to move existing on-premise or co-located services to the cloud.
Applying Knowledge offers cloud optimization, management and support. to enable the best cloud solution for your organization.
Applying Knowledge has the expertise to help you gain maximum efficiency from your applications in the cloud.
SaaS offers convenient access and optimization for all your applications. Find out how we can help.
Applying Knowledge offers a full compliment of security services. Visit our security section for more information.
CLOUD APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE
WE HAVE A SOLUTION THAT'S BEST FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Cloud has revolutionized the way organizations scale their businesses, and with so many cloud solutions available, it’s difficult to decide what is best for your business.
Applying Knowledge will analyze your environment and create a customized solution to meet your business goals.
Platform as a Service (PaaS): PaaS is a cloud model that delivers software and hardware infrastructure used to test and develop applications. Using PaaS you can develop applications and tools using a cloud environment.
Software as a Service (SaaS): SaaS is a cloud model that delivers software on a pay-per-use basis. End users can access email and enterprise applications through the Internet.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): IaaS is a cloud model that includes an entire infrastructure (computing power, storage, security, database, etc.) accessed through the Internet. IaaS works very much like on-premise physical infrastructure but is outsourced to a cloud provider.
Public Cloud: The public cloud is an economical option with a cost model determined by usage capacity. Public cloud does not require maintenance and is highly scalable and available. Public cloud is suitable for businesses that are growing and need a cloud solution that will grow with them. Public cloud is not for companies dealing with sensitive assets.
Private Cloud: The private cloud allows your organization to customize their cloud solution and is a more flexible option than public cloud, which is likely already preconfigured. With a private cloud, your business assets are more secure as the cloud environment is on a private network. This model is good for medium and large organizations.
Hybrid Cloud: The hybrid cloud solution is a combination of public and private clouds configured to work with your organization’s goals. Hybrid cloud allows your company to utilize public cloud for running large applications while the private cloud can be used for more sensitive information.