Journey To Cloud

BRYTECH’s expert guidance, implementation support and managed services can help you simplify and accelerate your journey to cloud.

Private cloud is an internal or enterprise cloud, resides on business’ intranet (on-premise) or a hosted data center where all of critical business data is protected behind a firewall. This is best suited for businesses that have expensive data centers because they can use their current infrastructure.

The challenges with a private cloud are that the management and maintenance is still the responsibility of the business. Hardware will still need perioding refreshing, an expensive, time consuming and risky process.  The benefits of a private cloud are an increased level of security and they share very few, if any, resources with other businesses.


BRYTECH is uniquely positioned to assist with you private cloud transformation.

In a public cloud, the vendor provides the infrastructure and services over the internet and the infrastructure is owned by the vendor. The infrastructure and services are provisioned from a remote location hosted at the cloud provider’s datacenter and the client has no control and limited visibility over where the service is hosted.


However, the client can use those services anytime anywhere as needed. The core computing infrastructure is shared among several businesses, but each business’ data, applications, and infrastructure are separated and can only be accessed by the authorized staff.


The Public Cloud offers advantages such as low cost of ownership, pay-per-use, automated deployments, scalability and reliability. The Public Cloud is well suited for the following:

  • Data storage
  • Data Archival
  • Application Hosting
  • Latency intolerant or mission critical web tiers
  • On demand hosting for microsite and application.
  • Auto-scaling environment for large applications

BRYTECH can help you with your migration to public cloud. Our proven methodology begins with an assessment to determine which workloads are public cloud ready and a cost/benefit analysis to show the savings of a migration.

A hybrid cloud is a computing environment that combines a public cloud and a private cloud by allowing data and applications to be shared between them. As resource demand fluctuates, hybrid cloud gives businesses the ability to scale their on-premises infrastructure to their public cloud to demand without giving the cloud vendor datacenters access to their data.


Businesses gain the flexibility and computing power of the public cloud for basic and non-sensitive computing tasks, while keeping business-critical applications and data on-premises, safely behind a corporate firewall.


Using a hybrid cloud not only allows companies to scale computing resources, it also eliminates the need to make massive capital expenditures (CAPEX) to handle short-term spikes in demand as well as when the business needs to free up local resources for more sensitive data or applications. Businesses pay only for resources they consume rather than having to purchase, program, and maintain additional resources that could remain idle over long periods of time.

Hybrid cloud delivers the benefits of cloud computing—flexibility, scalability, and cost efficiencies—with the lowest possible risk of data exposure. BRYTECH’s experience can help you architect and implement a hybrid cloud with minimal risk to your business

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