Cloud Infrastructure

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Next-generation cloud infrastructure
to efficiently run applications in a secure manner

Our strategic partnership with SAP enables us to empower businesses to take the next step in their digital
transformation journeys. We aim to establish a new standard for next-gen technology development for continuously
evolving technological landscape.


Principal quadrants of
cloud infrastructure

Each key component is integrated with another one; let’s have a concise overview of how different
aspects come together as one cloud infrastructure.



Although mostly imagined virtually, a cloud network does entail physical hardware framework consisting of switches, routers, backup devices, firewalls, etc. located across multiple geographical locations. On-premises data center consists of back-end hardware as well.



Cloud computing permits companies to store and manage data through a third- party data center rather than doing it on-premises. Our team will take the responsibility of data management and maintenance. Companies can access their data through internet or other cloud- deployed applications.



Typically, the cloud network configuration spans over multiple smaller components called subnetworks, each of which has a different level of visibility. Users over the network can utilize cloud resources, for instance, the internet or a privately owned network, enabling on-demand accessib- ility of applications and cloud services.



It segregates computer hardware from digitally- enabled cloud services and builds an abstraction of core functionalities using hypervisor. Cloud services come with features like self-service, automated scaling, and dynamic pooling features which make them stand out from conventional on-premises services.

Cloud computing service models

Cloud computing service models

Systems Arabia’s mission-critical cloud services transforms your traditional IT and empowers you through:


Cost optimization and less capital expenditures


Global scalability as per IT workloads


Reliability, maint- enance & periodic upgradation


Enhanced security and efficient disaster recovery


Faster delivery