Cloud infrastructure services in two state-of-the-art data centers in Germany: IaaS, private clouds, hybrid clouds and other on-demand cloud computing services
SIM-Cloud IaaS — high-performance IT infrastructure in the public cloud
Your own isolated IT infrastructure in a customizable private cloud
Be confident in the security of your data with our ISO/IEC 27001-certified data centers located in Karlsruhe, Germany. Reliable protection is guaranteed.
Our experts are proficient in the creation of cloud solutions for various businesses. Streamline your company’s operations with cloud infrastructure as a service.
Your company’s data is only accessible to your company through encrypted channels. Other users cannot access it or interact with it in any way.
We use redundant components in order to ensure that individual hardware failures don’t affect the IT systems as a whole and your infrastructure keeps running.
There are multiple factors that may motivate a business to switch from on-premises infrastructure to cloud solutions, as well as inform its choice of cloud architecture.
Many growing businesses that can’t afford to expand their IT infrastructure by continuously purchasing expensive hardware and dedicating more and more physical space to their on-premises data centers choose public clouds. Furthermore, outsourcing infrastructure maintenance to a reliable provider rids you of the need to hire your own dedicated team of IT specialists.
Increased security is also a reason to choose the public cloud over on-premises infrastructure: most providers have data security experts on hand, ready to handle any issues that may arise.
If you are prepared to invest in a more customizable solution, the private cloud is an excellent choice. It offers the most freedom when it comes to configuration; not having to share the infrastructure with other users means that the needs and capabilities of your business are the only relevant factors besides the limitations of the hardware itself.
Private clouds comply with the highest international data security standards due to their total isolation on a physical level and the fact that they’re often managed directly by the user. This allows them to be used for all kinds of sensitive data, from banking information to medical records.
If the needs of your business cannot be satisfied by just one type of cloud architecture, the hybrid cloud is an excellent option. It combines the features of private and public clouds, allowing data and workloads to be easily transferred between them as needed. Private clouds are often used for critically important services, while workloads that come and go are stored in the public cloud.
Hybrid clouds are also future-proof: within them, private clouds are often used for critically important services, while workloads that come and go are stored in the public cloud. This allows companies to quickly adjust, increasing or decreasing the amount of resources dedicated to impermanent services and data while maintaining the basics in the private cloud.