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Devops Infrastructure

What We Offer

We lead & support our customer's cloud

Requirement Analysis

Through interactive mockups and discussions with your business professionals, we understand your business architecture, functional and nonfunctional requirements and plan a roadmap of the project.

Expertise Design

Fabricate a technically designed customized cloud solution, by implementing the proposed plans keeping in mind the identified requirements.

24/7 Constant Support

On the successful completion of migration, we offer constant support to ensure the solution is well-managed through 24/7 monitoring, performance optimization, security patching, integration, and testing etc

Migration

Propose an efficient cloud migration plan and post-migration testing with the most reliable and tested migration tools to help you migrate your existing workloads to the cloud with minimal risk.

Testing QA

Our quality experts perform a quality check to guarantee if the designed cloud architecture meets the execution needs. On completion of the testing process, cloud infrastructure can be deployed which liberates organizations from incurring costly operational expenses.

Multi Cloud

Cloud Infrastructure Defined

Cloud Infrastructure is a combination of hardware and software elements that include computing power, networking, storage, and virtualization resources, all of which are essential to empower cloud computing.
Virtual resources mirror those of physical infrastructure, and they include components like memory, network switches, servers, and storage clusters. They are required to create applications that users can access through the cloud or retrieve via the internet, telecom services, and wide-area networks (WANs). The cloud infrastructure approach offers benefits like greater flexibility, scalability, and lower cost of ownership.

A cloud infrastructure enables organizations to access data storage requirements and computing capabilities as and when they need it. Rather than creating on-premise IT infrastructures or leasing data-center space, organizations can now rent cloud infrastructure and their required computing capabilities through third-party providers. 
Cloud infrastructure is available for private, public, and hybrid cloud systems. It can also be rented through cloud providers and via several cloud infrastructure delivery models.

Components of Cloud Infrastructure

Any organization that purchases a cloud computing solution does so by leasing access to cloud infrastructure. This is built on four core components: data storage, networking, power, and virtualization, each of which is crucial to helping businesses deploy and deliver cloud applications and services.

Any cloud infrastructure requires physical hardware, which can be located at various geographical locations. This hardware includes backup devices, firewalls, load balancers, networking equipment, routers, and storage arrays.  A key piece of hardware is servers, which are computers or devices programmed to provide services to customers or users. Web servers, which provide Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) files, use the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). File servers store vast amounts of information, while mail servers enable email messages to be sent across the internet.  In the case of private cloud, organizations can use dedicated servers that are responsible for storing information. Public cloud, on the other hand, uses a multi-tenant model, which enables a server to provide services for multiple customers.

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Public Cloud Design

HashRoot holds an exemplary experience in designing architectures and implementing secure, compliant and scalable architectures for a spectrum of industries including IT corporates, Banking and financial sectors, Healthcare, e-Commerce, Media etc.

Custom Architecture