AximCloud and RunMyProcess (RMP) offer a cloud-based platform that lets organizations design, run and manage business processes with no hardware, no software and no coding.
Cloud computing is creating a paradigm shift in IT infrastructure through usage based pricing, on-demand scalable resources, security, and improved flexibility. The transformation already underway provides the opportunity to reThink the architecture and deployment of applications and transform your business.
Companies can save considerably on the procurement, maintenance, and operation of traditional data center hardware through flexible pay-as-you-go pricing models that provide better control over capex and opex expenditures.
On-demand scalable resources enable businesses to accommodate "peak times" through elastic infrastructure that automatically expands and contracts based upon performance needs. The rapid provisioning and flexibility of consumption provides efficiencies without the added investment that would be required through an in-house datacenter.
A large portion of IT budgets are focused on the maintenance and support of existing infrastructure. Cloud computing has streamlined this process allowing for the relocation of IT resources to business centric initiatives that differentiate their organization and provide competitive advantages. The time-consuming approach to buying and configuring software is drastically cut to minutes or hours instead of days through the rapid provisioning of cloud resources.
Cloud architecture can provide multiple layers of redundancy and built-in disaster recovery that allows organizations to fully utilize their infrastructure footprint. Applications can be deployed to multiple regions across the globe to increase performance to end-users by lowering latency and higher throughput delivery.
Amazon Web Services are a collection of remote computing services offered over the Internet. They offer a scalable, flexible, secure, and dependable alternative to in-house or outsourced data centers. These services include:
The Amazon Web Services pricing model is based on true utility computing with customers only paying for what they use. In the case of EC2™, pricing is per instance-hour consumed for each instance type, from the time an instance is launched until it is terminated.