Bridge the gap between on-site infrastructure and cloud with Daisy CloudBridge.
Hybrid and multi-cloud deployments have taken over the IT world as more businesses introduce them into their infrastructures. It seems that more customers want to forgo building their own applications in favour of ready-built cloud services that provide those functionalities out of the box.
CloudBridge from Daisy does just that. Taking a proven legacy capability in infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and managed services, CloudBridge pulls in public cloud services to create a truly managed hybrid environment.
With Daisy’s wider capability adding to the service deliverable for communications, connectivity, business resilience, data and application services, we have created an unrivalled hybrid cloud capability.
What are the benefits of CloudBridge?
Frequently asked questions
However, there are a range of technologies now available which make securing a hybrid cloud much easier – using AI and automation to reduce the workload on the security team while securing infrastructure across private, public and hybrid cloud environments.
By considering the security requirements of all aspects of the environment individually but engineering a solution appropriate for all, it is possible to develop a much more secure infrastructure than is seen in many deployments which use entirely on-premise infrastructure.
If employees need access to business data while they are off-site, they can connect to their virtual office quickly and easily. Collaboration in a cloud environment gives employees the ability to communicate and share more easily outside of the traditional methods. Additional business benefits include, reduced IT costs, scalability, business continuity, flexibility and automatic updates to name but a few.
- Essential – RemoteSupport
- Enterprise – RemoteSupport and 24×7 monitoring
- Enterprise Plus – 24×7 monitoring, managed service and cost optimisation
- 30 years’ experience managing customer infrastructures
- Highest level of accreditations with vendors such as Microsoft, Cisco and NetApp
- UK-wide workforce skilled across multiple cloud technologies
- Cloud brokerage approach to help prevent Vendor lock-in
- Business continuity and resilience experience enables us to de-risk the cloud experience
- All-encompassing capabilities from end-point to cloud
- Extensive experience in managing and maintaining customer infrastructure
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) – delivers infrastructure that usually includes virtualised hardware, file or object storage, servers, data centre space and network components such as load balancers, network firewall. It allows customers to build their systems without physically having to host or manage them on site.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) – delivers a platform that includes an operating system and application services, providing a framework for customers to develop, customise and manage applications (at scale).
Software as a Service (SaaS) – delivers applications over a network (usually the internet) on a subscription service. Common examples would be Salesforce, Dropbox, GoToMeeting.
- Gold Hosting and Data Centre
- Gold Cloud Productivity
- Silver Communications
- Gold Cloud Platform
- Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider
Cisco Gold Certified Partner
- Cloud and Managed Services Master
NetApp Platinum Partner
- Authorised Professional Service Partner (APSP) -7-Mode and CDOT
- NetApp Cloud Service Provider
- Clustered Data ONTAP Specialisation
- NetApp Cloud Service Provider
- 8 x Azure Solution Architects MCSE certified
- 14 x Azure Solution Expert -Deployment and Infrastructure certified
UK-wide, skilled workforce in multiple cloud technologies including key Azure specific accreditations
By providing dedicated links to the cloud platforms offering low latency and high bandwidth, it becomes an issue of how well tuned the application is and not what the limitations are of connections.