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Managed Cloud Services.

Smaller businesses often don’t have the time or resources for dedicated cloud management. With ANS managed cloud services, we can manage your cloud environment with you, with as much or as little involvement as you want.
From Azure and AWS public cloud to our own eCloud VPC solution, we simplify, streamline and automate cloud platforms and support you with every aspect of your cloud management.

When might you need managed cloud services?

Our managed cloud services are ideal if your organization is encountering some of the following challenges in managing your cloud environments:

Limited in-house expertise.

Lack of necessary expertise or resources in-house to handle complex cloud environment.

Cost Optimisation.

Struggling to control costs and optimise spending on cloud resources.

Scalability.

Need to scale cloud resources to meet changing demands.

Security Concerns.

Need to protect data and applications in the cloud against cyber threats and data breaches.

Performance Issues.

Cloud environment is experiencing performance issues or downtime.

Compliance Requirements.

Meeting regulatory compliance requirements from a security, governance, and architecture perspective is a challenge.

38%Of SMBs migrated to cloud since 2020.
38%Of SMBs migrated to cloud since 2020.
60%Of SMBs are very satisfied with cloud.
60%Of SMBs are very satisfied with cloud.
70%Of organisations use Azure for cloud services.
70%Of organisations use Azure for cloud services.
72%Of SMBs agreed cloud solutions can reduce IT costs.
72%Of SMBs agreed cloud solutions can reduce IT costs.

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FAQs - Managed Cloud Services

What is Managed Cloud Services?

Managed Cloud Services refers to the outsourcing of the maintenance and management activities of your Cloud infrastructure to a reliable partner. This includes tasks such as system updates, data backups, automation, monitoring, and identifying cost, security and performance efficiencies.  

The Managed Cloud Service partner offers their deep expertise and comprehensive knowledge to oversee cloud environments, ensuring that your infrastructure always stays secure, optimised, and compliant with industry standards. This enables organisations to focus on innovation and drive their business forward without worrying about maintaining in-house cloud management expertise. 

When do I use Managed Cloud Services?

Managed cloud services can be used if you are looking for expert resources to manage your cloud platform and streamline operations, optimise performance, security and costs. This allows your internal IT team to focus on strategic activities rather than Cloud management tasks. These services offer flexibility, allowing you to outsource with as much or as little involvement as you want. 

What are the benefits of a Managed Cloud Service?

Managed Cloud Services offers expert management of your cloud infrastructure by certified professionals, ensuring optimum performance and availability.

At ANS, unlike other partners, we will proactively work with you to manage and optimise your cloud environment together, be it Azure, AWS or our ANS’ eCloud VPC. ANS Managed Cloud Services gives you four main benefits:  

  • Expert access: ANS’s cloud experts provide technical support, design guidance, and architecture validation to make the right decisions on your cloud platform.    
  • Technical operations: Get improved insights on how your cloud resources perform with real-time and historical data and predictive analytics.   
  • Financial insights: Our billing insights and budget allocation reports give you control of your cloud costs, assess resource utilisation, and make informed decisions.    
  • Security and governance: We’ll continuously monitor your cloud platform to ensure it’s configured to the latest best practices and has the most up-to-date security measures in place.   

What is the difference between managed and unmanaged cloud services?

Managed cloud services offer comprehensive management of cloud infrastructure by an expert partner, including maintenance, security, and support, freeing businesses from technical burdens.  

Unmanaged cloud services, on the other hand, require businesses to self-manage their cloud infrastructure, which demands technical know-how and dedicated IT resources, which can often be costly. The choice between these services depends on a company’s capacity to handle IT operations, its budget and its preference for control. 

Keen to find out how we can seamlessly manage your cloud infrastructure together.