Cloud enables you to focus on creating business value. With cloud, we free business from the shackles of infrastructure - to build products, not platforms.
This enables organizations of every type, size, and industry to focus on creating business value, rather than financing, building, and operating infrastructure. Up-front costs are minimized, allowing new projects to start quickly and cheaply, encouraging innovation.
Well-built cloud systems are scalable, secure, and simpler to operate. Cloud brings flexibility, resilience, and the ability to scale to meet increasing customer demand. We enable organisations to maximise the advantages brought by the cloud.
With a wide variety of use-cases from storage and backup to helping entire companies run server less in the cloud, Code Hub Systems is experienced in the full range of cloud applications – indeed, our own business was “born in the cloud”. We’ve been at the forefront of cloud adoption since cloud came to market.
Code Hub Systems has 6 Azure certified professionals, and we are able to offer an Azure Health Assessments to organisations using Azure. Our Azure Health Assessment is designed to examine a system you run in Azure, assess it against cloud best practises and highlight areas that can be improved.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a kind of cloud computing that uses the internet to provide virtualized computing resources. A third-party provider hosts servers, storage, hardware, software, and other infrastructure components on its users’ accounts. IaaS providers also handle tasks, including system maintenance backup and resiliency planning.
Platform as a service (PaaS) is a cloud computing model where a third-party service provider provides a platform to customers to generate, run, and manage software applications without the need to build and maintain the underlying infrastructure themselves.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a cloud-based way of providing software to users. SaaS users only need to subscribe to an application rather than purchasing, installing, and maintaining. Customers can log into and use a SaaS application from any device over the internet. The actual application runs in cloud servers that may be far from where the user is locating.