Cloud Technology and Multiple Clouds
ViON has pioneered, delivered and managed solutions for the cloud computing enterprise for over seventeen years, ensuring that your cloud investment continually provides value to your organization. As an expert hybrid cloud provider, we have a track record of implementing and managing Infrastructure “as-a-Service” (IaaS) and Platform “as-a-Service” (PaaS) as well as multicloud solutions leveraging a broad portfolio of hardware and software, delivered in a highly-reliable, secure and agile fashion, and coupled with an extremely flexible financial model. Our experts work closely with your team to determine the right environment for your organization – private, hybrid, public cloud or multicloud and align with you every step of the way.
Infrastructure as-a-Service: Discover the Next Generation Infrastructure
ViON’s Infrastructure as-a-Service (IaaS) provides all facets of data center technology as a service, including storage, compute, network and hyperconverged infrastructure as well as capabilities like data management, data protection, back-up, recovery, archiving and data analytics – all without the up-front investment. Our data center cloud services help accelerate and streamline delivery of capabilities and technology, enable modern IT delivery and reduce costs – all with the support of our expert project management team 24/7/365.
5 Key Facts
Mainframe as-a-Service Provides Answers to Legacy Mainframe Challenges
ViON’s Mainframe as-a-Service (MFaaS) is a subscription service offering that addresses legacy mainframe challenges and staffing shortages, while providing the scalability and flexible financial model that organizations need to support growth. Mainframe as-a-Service is an alternative that re-orients existing legacy mainframe systems infrastructure – compute, storage and networking – and allows operators to scale mainframe capacity in alignment with their organization’s unique requirements. Mainframe service providers are moving to an as-a-Service model to lower costs and reduce reliance on legacy mainframe systems.