infrastructure and architecture

Cloud Computing

we believe it is important to...

  • understand your business case. This will help you evaluate short-term and long-term pricing options

  • know the different cloud providers to offer the best containerization, orchestration, APIs, routing and automation software

  • be comfortable with pricing, contracts, terms, scaling need and management so that costs don’t get out of hand

  • be familiar with dashboard services so that storage, services and apps, security can be monitored and managed properly

  • consider infrastructure as code and automate provisioning

  • determine if cloud is the answer. Many platforms on bare metal still have advantages that may serve your needs better

Features of

the Cloud


Resource Pooling


On-Demand Service


Large Network Access


Automatic Software Updates


Pay As You Go


Location Independent

Our Framework for Success

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    what cloud model is right for your business needs

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    applications and assess security and network needs

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    and design infrastructure for the expected number of users

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    build services

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    and migrate any data to the current application

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    Optimize and Monitor

Should a business down code - is it an asset or liability? There are unique advantages between open source versus buying something off the shelf.

Matt Simonsen
CEO, khozatechnology

Three Cloud Computing Models We Work With

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

This service provides infrastructure like servers, operating systems, virtual machines, networks and storage on a rent basis. Such a service allows you to purchase, install, configure, and manage your own software and applications.

Companies such as AWS, GoogleCloud, and Digital Ocean give you IaaS.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

This service is used in developing, testing, and maintaining software. Developers rent everything needed to build an application while relying on a cloud provider for development tools, infrastructure, and operating systems.

Companies such as CloudFlare, DataDog, Pulumi, and StackPath provide PaaS.

Software as a Service (SaaS)

These services make their application available to users through the Internet on a subscription basis.

SalesForce, Gsuite, Dropbox, and Zoom are a few examples that perform SaaS.

Cloud Tools We Like


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