Hybrid Cloud

Cloud Transformation with Multicloud

In order to empower digital business, company has to integrate people, things, and data, which means relevant people can access concerned data from any endpoints for business or transactions.  Cloud computing is the delivery of computing resources – including servers, storage, database, networking, software analytics, intelligence – to data centres over the internet.  You typically pay only for cloud service in use that help lowering operating cost and run infrastructure more efficiently, and scale as your business needs change. 

There are three different ways to deploy cloud services, namely private cloud, public cloud and multicloud.  A private cloud refers to privately shared virtualized resources, which is normally located in company’s on-site or service provider’s datacentre, used exclusively by a single or a cluster of dedicated organizations. Public clouds are owned and operated by a third-party cloud service providers, like Microsoft Azure, Google, or VMware, with resources shared among subscribers.  Multicloud combines public clouds or in hybrid design with private clouds that allow data and applications to be shared among them.

Key Benefit of Cloud Computing


Cloud computing eliminates the capital expense of buying hardware & software, setting up & running on-site datacenters, 7 x 24 electricity for power and cooling, and the IT experts for managing the infrastructure.

Global Scale

Cloud computing provides the right amount of IT resource – for example, more or less computing power, storage, bandwidth – right when they’re needed, and from the right geographic location.


Renowned cloud providers upgrade their infrastructure with the latest generation of fast and efficient computing hardware, which reduced network latency for applications and provided greater economies of scale.


Most cloud computing services can be provisioned in minutes, with just a few mouse clicks, giving businesses a lot of flexibility and time to market for changing capacity needs.


Many cloud providers offer a broad set of policies, technologies, and controls that strengthen your security posture overall, helping protect your data, apps, and infrastructure from potential threats. 


Cloud computing makes data backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity easier and less expensive because data can be mirrored at multiple redundant sites on the cloud provider’s network.

Top Four Migration Triggers to Cloud

H/W or S/W Refresh (EOS)

Migrate on-premises versions of Windows and SQL server 2008/R2 & allows 3-year of extended security updates, which protect you against security or compliance issue and give you ample of time to plan and migrate workloads or databases

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Application Innovation

Quickly build, deploy, and scale applications – web, mobile and API.  Take advantage of cloud-native technologies and approaches, such as container, Kubernetes, microservices architecture API-driven communications, and DevOps

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Cater Urgent Capacity

Support business more cost-efficiently by transferring your data to an offsite cloud storage platform that is accessible from any location and any device, such as Azure File Share, VDI, Azure Site Recovery, Business Continuity Planning (BCP), etc.

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Security & Compliance

Leading cloud providers like Microsoft offers better security & compliance comparing to on-premises data centres. Microsoft Azure gained 90+ security & compliance certification with built in role-based authentication.

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Trend of Big Data & Analytics on Cloud

In an increasingly data-driven business atmosphere, enterprises are strategizing more towards deriving meaningful insights from their vast amounts of data.  Big data & analytics relies heavily on computing power because of the vast amounts of data that needs to be analysed.  Amongst the many cloud providers, Microsoft Azure are the top cloud platforms that enterprises build their robust big data and analytics solutions.  Superhub has been partnering with Microsoft and leading data specialist to help enterprises for their data analytics journey.  It includes data consultation, data platform and modelling, data warehousing and visualization, machine learning, and predictive analysis.


Trusted Managed Service Provider for Mulitcloud


There is a growing trend of using multicloud to enhance performance, ensure resilience and meet security, compliance, and governance needs.  However, the diversity of different cloud platforms and services have posed complexity for companies to adopt clouds due to limited in-house resources and technical expertise. Being the Top Azure Solution Provider and VMware Managed Services Partner of the Year, Superhub has extended its best practices in professional service and managed service to multicloud and aim to be our customers’ most trusted advisor and cloud transformation service partner.  We help customers  to choose the right technologies, realize the value of their cloud investments and manage their cloud for operation continuity.  Superhub offers Manage+ service that let you migrate to cloud at your own pace.  It empowers corporate customers to #worksmarter without compromising security.

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Expert resources, support and flexibility to meet your unique Cloud Journey

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