Managed Cloud Environments.

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A Gartner-Recognised Managed Service Provider.

Keep your cloud infrastructure available, optimised and secure at all times

Workloads built on public cloud platforms are key to helping your business stay current, but they require constant management to ensure that you’re not missing anything, whether it’s the latest updates or addressing potential security concerns. If this fails, your business suffers. We take away the risk, while freeing your tech teams to focus on delivery and innovation.

Nordcloud is recognised in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Managed Services. We’re a partner of choice thanks to our cloud-native approach, flexible service and multi-cloud expertise – which give you a more proactive and agile service.

The Managed Cloud Environments service is a fully managed service with continuous development and best practices implementation. The service is designed and developed by the Nordcloud team with 24×7 technical support to manage, monitor and support the environments. 

One client summed it up with: “Nordcloud helps us focus, develop and scale our core product. At the same time, we can be confident that our customer’s services are supported and maintained 24/7 by the leading professionals in the field.”

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Extensive and Comprehensive Support.

Managed services that keep you on the front foot

Whatever your level of cloud adoption, we have a managed service for you. Our end-to-end portfolio covers everything you need to resolve and restore; increase resilience and futureproof; and evolve and enhance your cloud environments.

Get expert support in everything you need to maximise uptime and performance – from 24/7 incident management, proactive monitoring & alerting, to keeping your environments up to date and secure by configuring backups and patching, and a Customer Success Manager providing advisory services.

Flexible and altogether service.

Why MCE is proven to be a solution for clients’ long term cloud strategy

We’re a managed service provider that focuses on flexibility and agility – key features you need from all aspects of the cloud. This means we focus on staying up to date with the constantly changing cloud. There’s no vendor lock-in, no long contracts, no re-architecting of infrastructure and no enforced software. 

Importantly, you can scale up and down based on your requirements – so your service model reflects the way you use the cloud, so you maximise value while managing support costs. We have the highest accreditations with all major cloud service providers and  cloud experts available and ready to support IT operations.

Why Nordcloud?

Distinct approach

Nordcloud has built a brand which is widely recognised as being cloud native, tech oriented and flexible. We are agile and our customers are getting the attention and flexibility they need. Dedicated teams embedded within our managed service focused on continual automation across our customers.

No lock-in

You have maximum flexibility because there are no rigid, multi-year contracts or minimum purchase requirements beyond the service experience.

Multi-cloud expertise

We’re a leading partner for all 3 public cloud platforms and have the highest accreditations with all of them – so you get comprehensive and integrated support across your cloud services, accelerating the innovation.

Managed Cloud Environments FAQ.

What is a managed cloud environment?

A managed cloud environment refers to cloud infrastructure and services that are outsourced to a third-party provider. The provider takes care of configuring, monitoring, and optimising the cloud resources, allowing businesses to focus on their core activities while ensuring scalability, reliability, and cost-efficiency.

How does a managed cloud environment differ from a self-managed one?

In a managed cloud environment, the provider handles tasks like server setup, maintenance, and security, while in a self-managed environment, the business takes care of these tasks. Managed environments provide expertise, 24/7 support, and automated monitoring, offering convenience and freeing up resources.

What are the benefits of using a managed cloud environment?

Managed cloud environments offer numerous advantages, such as improved security through regular updates and patching, reduced downtime with proactive monitoring, cost optimisation, scalability to accommodate business growth, and access to skilled professionals for technical support.

How can a managed cloud environment enhance cloud environment security?

Managed cloud environments employ various security measures, including advanced firewalls, encryption, identity and access management, and regular security audits. Providers ensure compliance with industry standards, mitigating potential risks and safeguarding sensitive data, leading to a more secure cloud infrastructure.

What should businesses consider when choosing a managed cloud environment provider?

When selecting a provider, businesses should evaluate factors such as reputation and experience, service-level agreements (SLAs), security practices, scalability options, cost structures, data location compliance, and customer support. A thorough assessment ensures a reliable and tailored managed cloud solution.

How can a managed cloud environment streamline cloud environment architecture?

Managed cloud providers assist in designing an optimised architecture based on specific business needs. They leverage best practices and up-to-date technologies to create a scalable, fault-tolerant, and high-performance architecture, ensuring efficient resource utilisation and improved application performance.

Can a managed cloud environment reduce operational costs?

Yes, utilizing a managed cloud environment can lead to cost savings. Providers offer pay-as-you-go pricing models, eliminating the need for upfront hardware investments. Moreover, their expertise optimises resource allocation, reducing wastage and enabling businesses to pay only for the resources they actually consume.

How do managed cloud environments handle data backups and disaster recovery?

Managed cloud providers implement automated and regular data backups in geographically redundant locations. Additionally, they devise robust disaster recovery plans, ensuring data integrity and minimising downtime in the event of system failures or natural disasters. Data remains protected and accessible at all times.

Can businesses customise their managed cloud environment to fit their requirements?

Yes, managed cloud environments can be tailored to meet specific business needs. Providers offer flexible configurations, enabling businesses to choose the right combination of services, security features, and performance options. This bespoke approach ensures optimal performance and resource allocation.

What role does automation play in managing cloud environments?

Automation plays a crucial role in managed cloud environments. It streamlines repetitive tasks, such as resource provisioning and monitoring, enhancing efficiency and reducing human errors. Automated scaling ensures resources adjust to demand, optimising performance, and delivering a seamless user experience, all while minimising costs.

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Let’s discuss how we can help with your cloud journey. Our experts are standing by to talk about your migration, modernisation, development and skills challenges.

Ilja Summala
Ilja’s passion and tech knowledge help customers transform how they manage infrastructure and develop apps in cloud.
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