Managed AWS cloud as Service
Outsourcing of AWS operations & managment task
We are a leading managed AWS service provider, offering businesses complete support and management of their Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure. Our team of certified AWS experts helping organizations to maximize the benefits of cloud computing, ensuring smooth migration, operation, and maintenance of their AWS environment. Our services include AWS infrastructure design, deployment, monitoring, and optimization, as well as security and compliance, disaster recovery, and cost management. We understand the importance of uptime and performance for businesses, which is why we provide 24/7 support and proactive monitoring to ensure optimal performance. With our managed AWS services, businesses can focus on their core operations, while we handle the technical details. Contact us today to learn how we can help you achieve your cloud computing goals.
The tasks we manage
AWS infrastructure design and deployment: Assistance with designing and deploying a secure, scalable, and cost-effective AWS infrastructure.
Monitoring and optimization: Proactive monitoring and performance optimization of the AWS environment.
Security and compliance: Implementation and management of security and compliance controls to meet industry standards and regulations.
Disaster recovery: Implementation and management of disaster recovery strategies to ensure business continuity in case of unexpected events.
Cost management: Assistance with reducing AWS costs through optimization and cost-saving strategies.
Application migration: Support with migrating applications to the AWS cloud.
Technical support: 24/7 technical support to assist with any questions or issues that may arise.
Services we cover
Compute Services: a. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2): A scalable cloud-based virtual machine (VM) service. b. Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS): A fully managed container management service. c. AWS Lambda: A serverless computing platform that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers.
Storage Services: a. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3): An object storage service that offers industry-leading scalability and durability. b. Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS): A block-level storage service for Amazon EC2 instances. c. Amazon Glacier: An extremely low-cost archive storage service.
Database Services: a. Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS): A managed relational database service. b. Amazon DynamoDB: A fast and flexible NoSQL database service. c. Amazon Redshift: A fast, fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service.
Networking Services: a. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC): A virtual network dedicated to your AWS account. b. Amazon Direct Connect: A dedicated network connection between your premises and AWS. c. Amazon Route 53: A highly available and scalable cloud Domain Name System (DNS) service.
Security and Identity Services: a. Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM): A web service that enables you to manage users and permissions. b. Amazon Certificate Manager: A service that lets you easily provision, manage, and deploy SSL/TLS certificates. c. Amazon GuardDuty: A threat detection service that uses machine learning to detect malicious activity.
Analytics Services: a. Amazon Athena: An interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data stored in Amazon S3. b. Amazon CloudSearch: A managed search and analytics service. c. Amazon QuickSight: A fast, cloud-powered business intelligence service.
Developer Tools: a. AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK): A software development framework to define cloud infrastructure as code. b. AWS CloudFormation: A service that lets you model and set up your Amazon Web Services resources. c. AWS CodeDeploy: A fully managed deployment service that automates software deployments.
Frequently Asked Queries
An AWS managed service provider is a third-party company that provides managed IT services for Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud customers. These services can include cloud infrastructure management, security and compliance, and application development and support.
The benefits of using an AWS MSP include expert support, increased efficiency, cost savings, and improved security and compliance. AWS MSPs have extensive experience working with AWS technologies, and they can help you make the most of your investment in AWS. They also provide access to a wider range of skills and services than you might be able to find in-house, which can result in cost savings and improved productivity.
AWS MSP provide a range of services, including cloud infrastructure management, application development, data migration, security and compliance, disaster recovery, and 24/7 support. The specific services offered by an AWS MSP may vary, so it's important to understand what each provider can offer before making a decision.
Yes, AWS MSPs offer services to help you meet your compliance and security requirements. These services may include security assessments, policy and procedure development, and ongoing monitoring and reporting. It's important to choose an AWS MSP that has a strong commitment to security and compliance and can provide the services you need to meet your specific requirements.