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With more and more clients opting for cloud solutions, it requires to have the right people in the IT department with the desired skills and experience. And this is where the role of an AWS managed service provider like Vertu IT becomes very crucial. At Vertu IT, we work on your behalf to offer a secure and reliable AWS based cloud platform, which has proven enterprise operating model. With our vast experience in the industry, we implement best practices to keep your infrastructure running with a service like AWS, which helps to reduce operational costs and risks involved. Thus AWS managed services allow you to focus upon other business activities.
Our trained staff in cloud technology first reviews your organizational structure and requirements and thereafter draft a plan for the implementation. Right from the start, we will provide pro-active security checks and other recommendations based upon the initial check-ups.
At Vertu IT, we make sure that your AWS account is optimized and our commitment to provide our clients with a secure AWS experience adds value to maximize your cloud investment.
AWS is designed to allow application providers, ISVs, and vendors to quickly and securely host your applications – whether an existing application or a new SaaS-based application. You can use the AWS Management Console or well-documented web services APIs to access AWS’s application hosting platform.
AWS enables you to select the operating system, programming language, web application platform, database, and other services you need. With AWS, you receive a virtual environment that lets you load the software and services your application requires. This eases the migration process for existing applications while preserving options for building new solutions.
You pay only for the compute power, storage, and other resources you use, with no long-term contracts or up-front commitments. For more information on comparing the costs of other hosting alternatives with AWS, see the AWS Economics Center.