Application Performance Monitoring
With IT systems, application performance management is the monitoring and management of performance availability of software applications.
An application is a collection of computer programs produced to allow a user to complete a set of functions or tasks.
Big Data is a term used to explain data sets that are either large or complex to be managed using traditional data-processing techniques.
An application that is run and managed in the cloud.
Cloud backup is a service where a copy of physical or virtual data and applications on a business's servers are backed up and saved on a remote server. Businesses choose to back up in the Cloud to store files and data readily available in the event of a system failure, outage or natural disaster.
Cloud storage is data that is managed safely and securely off-site by a third party. The data housed in cloud can still be accessed either through public internet or a dedicated private network connection.
Cloud storage is data that is managed safely and securely off-site by a third party. Data stored in Cloud can still be accessed either through the public internet or a dedicated private network connection.
Cloud computing allows companies to access computing technology such as servers, storage, databases, networking software, and intelligence. These resources are then delivered as a service over the Internet or via a network connection.
Cloud Data Centre
A data center that is not physically located in a company's premises but still accessible through the internet.
CDN stands for content delivery network and refers to a distribution network that provides fast delivery or internet content.
Cloud Native is a method of creating and running applications to take full advantage of the computing delivery model.
Colocation allows businesses to house their private servers and networking equipment in a secure data centre facility.
Digital Transformation is the practice of using cloud computing to build or change the business process, culture and customer experience to adapt to the changing business and market dynamics.
Disaster recovery is a form of cloud-based management used to help businesses recover their organization's critical and operational systems rapidly in the event of a disaster.
DevOps is a set of applications that combines software development and IT operations. Its purpose is to shorten the systems development life cycle and provide continuous delivery with high software quality.
A domain name registration is a practice of managing the reservation of Internet domain names by an accredited company.
Elasticity is a term used in cloud computing to refer to the ability of a system to adapt to changing workload demand.
Cloud hosting is the process of outsourcing an organization's computing and storage resources to a service provider that offers its infrastructure services in a utility model.
A hybrid cloud is an environment that consists of a mix of on-premises, private cloud and public cloud solutions.
Infrastructure as a service (IAAS) is a cloud computing service that provides essential backup compute, location, storage, scaling, security and networking resources on demand.
Identity/Access Management (IdM) is a framework of procedures and technologies for securing that the right users have relevant access to technology resources.
Managed software as a service
MSaaS is the process of using a software application to download immediately to configured individual accounts. MSaaS customers usually own a license to the software, and their subscription covers ongoing support, upgrades and training.
Managed platform as a service
Managed platform as a service (PaaS) is a solution that gives companies the utility to develop, manage and run their applications without the need to build and support the infrastructure required to create and launch an app.
Managed infrastructure as a service
Managed platform as a service (PaaS) is a solution that gives companies the utility to develop, manage and run their applications without the need to build and support the infrastructure required to create and launch an a pp.
Managed security services
Managed security services are network security services that a service provider manages.
Platform-as-a-service is a cloud computing model that enables businesses to avail of hardware and software tools to can be used over the internet.
A private cloud is a cloud infrastructure distributed for use by a single organisation comprised of multiple users. A private cloud can be operated and managed by the organisation, a third party, or a mixture of them, and it can exist on or off-premises.
A public cloud is a cloud infrastructure available to the public through the internet and hosted by cloud service providers.
Storage as a service
Storage as a Service (STaaS) is the system of using public or private cloud storage resources to store your data.
Secure messaging enables business to communicate with their customers and employees in a secure and private way.
Software as a service
Software as a service (SaaS) is a system of software delivery and licensing in which software is accessed online trhough a subscription rather than purchased and installed on individual computers.