NoOps, or No Ops, is a movement that is gaining traction in the tech community. But what does it mean? And more importantly, what does it mean for you and your business?
Are you considering moving your business to the cloud? If so, you should definitely consider AWS. AWS is a secure and reliable cloud platform that can help your business grow. Here are the top 3 reasons why you should move to AWS:
1. Increased scalability
If you're looking for a cloud platform that can scale to meet your needs, AWS is the answer. With AWS, you can provision additional resources on demand, ensuring that you have the capacity to support your workloads, no matter how large they become.
2. Reduced costs
AWS imposes no minimum usage requirements, you only pay for the resources you actually use. This makes AWS an ideal solution for businesses that experience fluctuating demand or seasonal spikes. In addition, because AWS is a pay-as-you-go service, you can easily adjust your budget to reflect changes in your resource usage. So if you're ready to take advantage of increased scalability, with reduced costs it's time to move to AWS.
3. Rapid deployment times
If you're looking for a cloud platform that can help you rapidly deploy your applications, AWS is a great option. With AWS, you can quickly launch new instances and scale your compute resources up or down as needed.
In addition, AWS offers a wide range of tools and services to help you manage your deployments, including a management console, command-line interface, and various SDKs. As a result, moving to AWS can give you the ability to quickly deploy your applications with confidence.
So you can be up and running with a cluster of servers running applications far fast than having to order the tin. Read about what we did for IMI Plc, while the tin would still have been on order we had their global intranet up and running.
For more on how to move to AWS, read our article on migrating to the cloud.
What do I do once I'm there, I hear you ask?
Once you have completed your move to AWS you will need to work out how you keep things on track.