Managed cloud services are the partial or complete management and control of a client’s cloud platform, including migration, maintenance and optimization. By using a managed cloud service provider, a business can ensure its cloud resources run efficiently. Outsourcing cloud management also allows businesses to avoid new hiring and training costs.
Managed cloud services can provide private, public and hybrid cloud environments. Working with a managed cloud services provider is a collaborative process. To determine the best cloud resources for the user’s IT infrastructure, the managed cloud services vendor evaluates the user’s applications and data. Then, they’ll create a custom plan detailing the steps to build and run an optimized cloud environment.
Users adopt managed cloud services throughout the cloud solution lifecycle. These services can be used to help with initial adoption or can be provided continually.
Managed cloud services can involve a variety of tasks, including:
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