Cloud Architecture & Strategy

Cloud computing is cost-effective, helps streamline processes and offers flexibility that can transform the way you work. Today, it’s not often that you find a project that will not benefit from cloud architecture.

Advantages of cloud computing

  • Flexibility
    Use as much or little compute power and bandwidth as you require or your budget allows.
  • Financial
    There is no large capital expenditure. Pay-as-you-go allows quicker deploys and decision making.
  • Collaboration
    Employees and users can work wherever they are.
  • Economies of scale
    Cloud computing was previously inaccessible to SMBs – now it’s allowing huge infrastructure deploys with just a few people.
  • Scaling
    You’ll only use the resources that support the number of users you actually have.
  • High availability
    Redundancy and distributed resources mean better up-time and fewer outages.

 

We have been implementing cloud architecture for over five years, providing our clients with apps, websites and services that function efficiently over tens or hundreds of servers in multiple geographical locations.

 

Cloud Architecture in use at Sinebridge:

  • High availability
    On servers and databases
  • Scaleability  
    To seamlessly support 10 or 10,000 users
  • Data security
    Data a multiple locations reduces data loss
  • Continuous integration & deployment
    Multiple separated environments, for Development, Test, UAT and production
  • Configuration management
    Centralised and redundant storage for source code
  • Redundancy & Self-healing
    Simple recovery of non-functioning instances
  • Monitoring
    Identify problems or performance issues
  • Analytics
    Identify trends and areas for improvement

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