Cloud, Hybrid and On-site Infrastructure – IaaS
service

Cloud, Hybrid and On-site Infrastructure – IaaS

Cloud infrastructure: New Solutions has redundant Cloud

description

Cloud infrastructure:

New Solutions has redundant Cloud Infrastructure options to fit businesses of every size.
We keep our data stored at 3 different locations, 2 in Auckland and 1 in Hamilton.
All our locations have enough battery backups and diesel generators to keep them running for days.
If anything is to happen to any of our sites, another site will seamlessly take over and keep your business running.

As Internet connectivity keeps getting faster and faster, there’s a clear trend towards moving your entire infrastructure to the cloud.
This allows your business to be more agile, allowing it to easily scale performance and capacity.
Moving to the cloud also ensures your workload runs on a highly available cluster of servers, with large battery backups and diesel generators.
There are no upfront costs to worry about, as we provide a pay as you need service.
Connectivity used to be a point of concern, the arrival of Fiber has eliminated this problem, providing business of all sizes low latency and high speed connections at a reasonable price.

Even if there’s no connectivity at your premises, your business will keep running, keeping your users and clients happy.

Hybrid infrastructure:

This model is best suited for workflows that demand the best possible performance, mainly moving or editing large files while keeping the budget down.
Organizations using the Hybrid model can have business critical applications (like ERPs, CRMs, etc) running on the cloud, with the best possible performance and redundancy, but, have their design studio operating from a local server.
In case of a disaster, this model allows to seamlessly run local workloads on the cloud, drastically reducing the downtime to your organization.

On-site (traditional) infrastructure:

This is the most traditional deployment model, as Internet connectivity hasn’t been as fast and cost effective as it is now.
A standard setup will normally consist of a primary server, a secondary server, backup storage and a decent sized UPS (Uninterruptible Power Source) connected to the mains.
There’s normally a large up-front cost to buy the hardware and its warranty.
A long power cut or a connectivity problem will render your business incapable of operating.
As your infrastructure gets older, it’ll become more prone to cause downtime.
It will require more and more maintenance and repairs, which will affect the total cost for the solution.

It is a standard recommendation to upgrade your core infrastructure every 3 years, failing to upgrade your infrastructure might mean your business will fall behind and a larger investment will be required to get your infrastructure up to current standards.