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Challenges You Will Face with Public Clouds and Current Infrastructure

Security Concerns: Storing sensitive data and applications in a shared public cloud environment introduces potential risks of unauthorized access, data breaches, and compliance violations. Proper access controls, encryption, and security configurations are essential to mitigate these risks.

Vendor Lock-In: Adopting a specific public cloud provider’s services may lead to vendor lock-in, making it challenging to migrate to another service/ cloud provider or back to an on-premises environment. This can limit flexibility and hinder innovation.

Cost Management: While public clouds offer scalability and pay-as-you-go models, they can also lead to unexpected costs. Organizations must carefully monitor resource usage, optimize infrastructure configurations, and implement cost management strategies to control expenses.

The process of transforming infrastructure involves navigating a multitude of complexities and obstacles. Organizations often grapple with legacy systems that hinder agility and scalability, making it difficult to embrace emerging technologies. Additionally, the exponential growth of data, coupled with the need for enhanced network security, poses significant challenges for modernizing infrastructure. These obstacles can be overwhelming, but with the right expertise and guidance, organizations can successfully overcome them.

Data Transfer and Latency: Moving large volumes of data to and from public clouds can be time-consuming and costly, especially when dealing with limited bandwidth or network connectivity issues. Network latency can impact both application performance and organizational productivity.

Compliance and Data Sovereignty: Organizations operating in regulated industries face additional challenges in ensuring compliance with industry-specific regulations and data sovereignty requirements. Careful consideration of data storage locations, audit trails, and security controls is necessary.

 

How APTS Will Involve in Your Journey

APTS offers Mammatus, its cloud offering, allowing customers to deploy server workloads within the APTS Mammatus cloud environment. Beyond Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), APTS provides additional services, such as Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), and Firewall as a Service (FWaaS). These offerings leverage APTS’s expertise in managing and securing data, ensuring business continuity, and providing firewall protection as a service.In addition to our Mammatus cloud offering, we have also expanded our cloud journey in collaboration with Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform

 

Solutions and Partnerships

APTS has established partnerships with industry leaders Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard for hardware solutions, as well as VMware for virtualization offerings while Cisco provides a dependable networking infrastructure, we enhance it with the added security layers of Fortinet and Sophos. This collaboration enables APTS to deliver robust infrastructure solutions to its customers. Additionally, APTS utilizes Networker and Veeam technologies to provide DRaaS, while exclusively relying on Veeam for BaaS. These technologies ensure reliable data protection and recovery solutions tailored to their customers’ specific needs.