Spericorn offers public cloud, which is used as a service via the Internet, for our clients. Public cloud functions on the prime principle of storage demand scalability, which means it requires no hardware device, thereby reducing the IT-infrastructure overhead for our clients. Users have to pay a monthly fee for public cloud service. Public cloud is popular because of its low initial cost, easy availability and reliability. Also, public cloud architecture is built with the view to create an accessible business environment that can be shared and accessed from anywhere and at any time of the hour
Although not as popular as its counterpart, private cloud is generally preferred by regulated businesses, and Spericorn offers state-of-the-art private cloud solutions to such clients. A private cloud is deployed within certain boundaries like firewall settings and is completely managed and monitored by the users working on it in an organization. Users of private cloud services are charged on the basis of per GB usage along with bandwidth transfer fees. Though the initial cost of deploying a private cloud is comparatively higher when compared to the public cloud, it gets minimal at later stages of using it as a service.
Cloud hosting services provide hosting on virtual servers which pull their computing resource from extensive underlying networks of physical web servers.
Build a cloud solution with human-AI sync for smarter business.
Cloud Business Intelligence (BI) applications provide organizations access to BI-related data such as dashboards, KPIs and other business analytics.
We provide end-to-end encrypted file sync and sharing to make the cloud an ultra-secure space for the storage of all your confidential data.
Cloud computing provides all of its resources as services and makes use of the well-established standards and best practices to allow global and easy access to cloud services in a standardized way.
Cloud computing allows users to scale up when the usage needs to be increased during peak loads, or scale down if resources are not being used.
With cloud computing, you no longer need to worry about storage for your big database.
The adoption of a cloud to run high-performance computing applications started mostly for applications composed of independent tasks with no inter-process communication.
Cloud collaboration is a way of sharing and co-authoring computer files through the use of cloud computing, whereby documents are uploaded to a central cloud for storage, where they can then be accessed by others.
Using cloud systems, resource usage can be monitored, controlled, and reported, providing transparency for both the provider and consumer of the utilized service.
In the software as a service (SaaS) model, users gain access to application software and databases and Cloud providers manage the infrastructure and platforms that run the applications.
In the PaaS models, cloud providers deliver a computing platform, typically including operating system, programming language execution environment, database, and web server to application developers.
Infrastructure as a service provides companies with computing resources including servers, networking, storage, and data center space on a pay-per-use basis.
Migration to a cloud is a solution for customers who seek highly available, secure and flexible hosting solutions.