Innovative Hybrid Cloud Strategies and Transformation
Bell Techlogix offers a variety of hosting, migration, architecture, transformation, and consulting options. These cloud services can be inclusive of very complex, multi-tiered application workloads. Automated, self-service provisioning of on demand, scalable IT resources that cloud computing enables is driving increased IT efficiency, making the business more agile and delivering cost savings in many ways. We are pleased to mention that Bell Techlogix is product agnostic and will offer our customers the best solutions to align with their business. These customized solutions can provide additional infrastructure and capabilities to our customers without the need for an extensive Capital expense.
We understand that our clients deserve a trusted partner to provide their managed cloud solution. Cloud services should be fast, flexible and easy to use with implementation, cost, security and governance all taken into consideration. The myriad of complex and disparate choices in the ever-emerging world of cloud computing has made selection and operation of cloud-based solutions quite challenging for many organizations. As a leading and trusted managed services solution provider, Bell Techlogix has become a trusted partner in today’s marketplace.
Within the Hybrid Cloud we implement a variety of IaaS and PaaS solutions to our customers. Utilizing Azure, AWS, Google, VMWare, we have access to design and architect solutions that provide everything from email and hosted applications to a full Data Center offering or external DR site. Bell Techlogix offers additional solutions in Hybrid Cloud as an extension of the customer’s current footprint or if an open and flexible on-demand virtual environment is required.
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