At ArchitectNow, we understand the challenges organizations face when dealing with on-premises software and hardware that limit accessibility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness. Many companies find themselves tied to specific physical locations, requiring dedicated network engineers to manage and maintain their infrastructure. This not only adds complexity and cost but also poses challenges for remote employees who need secure access to these systems.
Benefits of Cloud Hosting
Cloud web hosting uses a network of servers to distribute traffic, so if one server goes down, the others can continue to serve traffic. This means your website or application can stay online even during high traffic or server failures.
With Cloud web hosting, you can quickly scale your resources up or down as needed. If your website or application experiences a sudden spike in traffic, you can quickly add more resources to handle the load.
Cloud web hosting allows you to customize your hosting environment to meet your needs. You can choose the storage, bandwidth, and computing resources you need and only pay for what you use.
Cloud web hosting can be more cost-effective than traditional hosting methods because you only pay for the resources you use. This means you can avoid the upfront costs of purchasing and maintaining physical servers.
Cloud Hosting Maximizes Scalability
The evolution of fully managed Cloud offerings, such as Microsoft Azure, presents a transformative
opportunity for businesses seeking to modernize their infrastructure. Cloud migration allows
organizations to easily provide secure and reliable access to applications and data from anywhere,
enabling seamless remote work and enhancing productivity.
With Cloud resources, businesses of any size gain access to a vast array of scalable and cost-effective solutions. The pay-as-you-go pricing model ensures that companies only pay for the resources they use, enabling flexibility and cost optimization. The Cloud also offers an extensive range of additional services that enhance functionality and efficiency, providing opportunities for innovation and growth.
Our Cloud Migration Approach
ArchitectNow specializes in helping organizations efficiently adopt Cloud-based technologies. Our
experts work closely with clients to develop a migration strategy, identifying key systems and
applications that can be seamlessly transitioned to the Cloud. We implement secure Cloud environments,
leveraging cutting-edge technologies developed and managed by industry leaders such as Microsoft and
Amazon. Our team handles the physical migration of servers, applications, and other assets, ensuring a
smooth transition with minimal disruption.
Once the migration is complete, we continue to provide comprehensive Cloud management and monitoring services. As a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), we offer access to premier support from Microsoft and competitive pricing for Cloud usage and licenses, including Office 365 and Dynamics 365. Our team remains dedicated to ensuring the security, reliability, and optimal performance of your Cloud environment.
Rapidly building a COVID Vaccination Event Management system with .NET, MS Dynamics, and PowerApps
As COVID vaccines began to become readily available in the early months of 2021 many healthcare organizations were rapidly mobilizing to host events to efficiently distribute these vaccinations. It was not only difficult to get events coordinated and people registered but there was also a challenge in ensuring that vaccines were equitably distributed to at risk and underserved communities in addition to those with the means and schedules which allowed them to travel long distances for vaccinations.
ASPEN Behavioral Health Platform (Jefferson County Health Network)
The Jefferson County Health Department (JCHD) approached ArchitectNow with a petite grant they acquired after a several-year battle advocating to build a software platform that would help fill gaps in their community’s ecosystem. The stakeholders identified that many vulnerable demographics (such as schools, first responders, and veterans) lacked proper resources or a way to find them.