Archives | Month: September 2019
Modernizing and customizing workflows is key to an effective workforce. Kilton’s development team is well versed in the latest technology and the understanding of systems to help you with your problems. We ensure that subsystems function together as a system, make requested changes, create business value by re-purposing software, upgrade and automate your existing systems.
To enhance your business operations, Kilton outsources day-to-day management for cloud based services.
Performance and Capacity Management – To meet the requirements of an organization, the primary goal is to ensure that information technology resources are sized properly and accurately
Security and Compliance Monitoring – Intensifies attention on security for wide clarity of assets
Configuration Management – process for establishing and maintaining consistency of a product’s functionality, design and operational information
Cost Optimization – Maximizing business value while focusing on cost reduction
Maintaining robust systems require strong technical experience and an investment into equipment and environmental controls. This is where organizations should consider to choose IaaS since all your troubles are put aside in regards to buying and managing underlying infrastructure. Kilton supplies a range of services to accompany infrastructure components by providing three Managed Data Centre Options designed to help ensure that your systems are online when you need them. Operating a workload has never been easier!
1. Onsite Data Centre
We support and manage your hardware within your facilities.
Businesses are prone to a variety of disasters ranging from natural disasters to data corruption. In the event of a disaster, a BCP ensures that personnel and assets are protected and are able to function quickly, you’ll be ready for virtually any disruption.
The problem with a monolithic architecture is that when new features are developed and tested, it takes a considerable effort to deploy those changes to production which is why organizations should start shifting towards a micro-service architecture which structures an application as a collection of services.
These services can be loosely coupled and then developed, deployed, and maintained independently. This invisible infrastructure increases portability and velocity, making businesses more agile than ever.
A hybrid cloud includes a variety of public and private options with multiple providers that can be managed as one all while not having to throw away existing tech or purchase new infrastructure.
For companies that want to maximize the benefits of both public and private cloud environments, the hybrid cloud offers many advantages for organizations.
Hybrid cloud affords you the ability to design a cloud computing approach that fits specific storage, compute and workload needs while retaining control of critical operations and other infrastructure.