On Feb. 28, Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3) went down after an employee issued the wrong command during a debugging exercise. Among those affected were big names like Netflix, Spotify and Expedia.
As managed cloud service providers, we often get asked to intervene when cloud deployments go awry. Attracted by apparent ease-of-use, flexibility and low computing costs, companies quickly adopt leading public cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
For cloud, the “train has left the station” and in the Microsoft ERP & CRM world, that means the next generation of enterprise software from Microsoft is here: Dynamics 365 is Microsoft’s new integrated business solution that unifies CRM and ERP functionality into a common data platform.
Concerto is a managed cloud provider for mission-critical applications. Concerto makes IT easy by offering seamless integrations, infrastructure management and flexible deployments across virtual private, public and hybrid clouds. Advanced compliance and regulatory certifications, rigorous security protocols and a 99.99% guaranteed uptime are part of Concerto’s “Premium Comes Standard” offering.