Auto Scaling: what is it and how does it work?
November 30, 2022
May 2020 | by Amplifica Digital
The pandemic caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has demanded a series of adaptations on the part of companies to guarantee the health and safety of their employees and customers. As remote work has become an essential measure to combat the spread of the coronavirus, cloud computing has gained even more strength as an instrument of digital transformation , facilitating the work of those who can perform their tasks remotely.
At this moment the use of the cloud works as an effective alternative , a freedom in relation to the place where the systems will be accessed. Despite the decision for the home office to have been imposed by the current circumstance of social isolation, the possibility of continuing to work relieves companies of yet another problem among many that they are already facing.
Several branches of economic activity remain active and companies continue to need to access their information, whether to position themselves, renegotiate or monitor the processes that are still functional.
Therefore, only cloud-hosted software can be accessed from anywhere, allowing employees to follow their work routine without compromising social isolation.
With this solution, both the system user and the entire technical team that maintains the software remains active, but isolated. In this way, system maintenance, backups and even support remain fully operational without compromising the health of any of the employees.
Technology permeates virtually every branch of modern economic activity. However, it is very difficult to hire and maintain a technical team to handle all aspects of the technology.
In this sense, the cloud allows a very large load of this responsibility to be outsourced to specialized companies, allowing companies to focus on their core activity.
In difficult times like the one we are currently experiencing , hosting systems in the cloud represents great convenience due to the ease of remote access, in addition to simplifying the strategic planning of companies that no longer need to consider an entire area of technology, including investments and personnel, in readjustment processes.
Migrating to the cloud ensures the security that systems are being well maintained and supported even with all the mobility restrictions that are being suggested.
For companies that do not have access to the cloud, there is still time to migrate. In addition to being simple, the migration process is quick and, in a few hours, users are already familiar with the changes proposed by the new environment.
Access via browser is intuitive and can be done from any internet point. The biggest adjustments occur to the team that maintained the hardware and software infrastructure, which now focuses on the best use of tools and systems.
For a company to use its software in the cloud, it just needs to send its database to one of Sky.One 's servers, which is fully capable of helping companies that need to provide remote access to their employees, but still do not.
Today, the company offers its platform free of charge for various software and companies can get in touch and use their systems remotely for a limited number of users, without commitment. Click here and find out how Sky.One can help your company!
This content was produced by SkyOne's team of cloud and digital transformation experts.
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