Cloud Consulting

Data Lync offer a range of solutions for cloud computing. We help break down the jargon and outline how all cloud variants stack up against your business requirements.

Data Lync quickly understood our organisation and our “cloud first” strategy. Their skills and wealth of knowledge around Office 365 and Microsoft Azure is helping us to improve efficiencies and support our journey to the cloud.

Andrew Gordon Chief Information Officer, Cancer Council Queensland

Public Cloud

Data Lync has significant experience in designing, implementing and maintaining public cloud solutions.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

PaaS solutions can remove the complexity of managing individual virtual machines to provide services to your end users. Data Lync has extensive experience implementing these services including large scale Office 365 deployments including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and communications and voice elements.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Sometimes your organisation may require your virtual machines to be hosted somewhere without the need to look after the physical hardware underneath. This is where IaaS can be beneficial where workloads require flexibility as to where they are hosted, how much resources they require and when it doesn’t make sense to move that service to PaaS or it simply isn’t an option.

Private & Cloud

Often a fully public cloud solution doesn’t stack up economically for businesses where there is some predictability in their workload patterns.

We are an authorised partner and reseller of private cloud infrastructure solutions including Nutanix. These solutions allow the benefit of paying when you grow whilst reducing the total cost of ownership on your solution over its lifetime.

Benefits of a Hybrid Approach

  • A “one size fits all” approach rarely works. Business applications and services need to be looked at individually to ensure project success

  • Ability to centrally manage IaaS and on premises resources from a single platform (and in some cases PaaS, too)

  • The ability to move workloads between on premises and cloud, and even between public cloud providers.