Cloud Platforms


Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 175 fully featured services from data centers globally. Millions of customers—including the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies—are using AWS to lower costs, become more agile, and innovate faster.

AWS offers a wide range of services – from infrastructure technologies like compute, storage, and databases – to emerging technologies, such as machine learning,  artificial intelligence, data lakes, analytics, and Internet of Things, making it faster, easier, and more cost effective to move your existing applications to the cloud and build nearly anything you can imagine.

No matter where you are on your cloud journey, Asystec can provide support via our team of AWS certified architects & developers – from getting started in the cloud, to creating new or migrating existing applications to the cloud, to providing guidance around cloud best-practice.


Microsoft Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help your organization meet your business challenges. It’s the freedom to build, manage, and deploy applications on a massive, global network using your favorite tools and frameworks.

Azure services include platform & infrastructure services across compute, storage and networking, as well as modern application, data and analytics focused solutions. Azure is particularly strong in the area of Hybrid Cloud, compliance,  hosting/migration of any Microsoft related workload, and Modern workplace.

Asystec can help your business architect, migrate or develop applications aligned to best-practice on the Azure platform via our team of certified Azure architects & developers.


Many organizations prefer a hybrid cloud deployment strategy. But research shows that 83% of cloud buyers are looking for a hybrid cloud solution that delivers consistent infrastructure and operations too. By using the same VMware-based infrastructure and operations stack across private cloud, public cloud and edge environments, you get a consistent operating model that increases business agility, reduces costs, and creates a native developer experience for all types of applications (VMware Cloud Market Study, Management Insights, Jan. 2018).

Hybrid cloud differs to multi cloud in that it offers the same consistent operating model and infrastructure layer, and for this reason, considering over 80% of private Data Centers are run on VMware, it makes sense to consider VMware’s Hybrid cloud solution.

This solution provides VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) running on-premise, with connectivity into VMware Cloud on AWS (powered by VCF) and Azure VMware Solutions (powered by VCF), as well as other cloud options if required.

The Benefits:

A lower operating cost, by having one operational model for on-premise and public cloud environments.
Rapid time to value for innovation with no time spent re-platforming applications to run on native public cloud platforms
The ability to place VMware workloads on native cloud providers and still leverage their PaaS capabilities within DC or availability zones
Eventually, this solution provides the ability to move out of managing physical Data Centers, which can be done in months instead of years


VMware Cloud on AWS is an integrated cloud offering jointly developed by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and VMware. You can deliver a highly scalable and secure service by migrating and extending your on-premises VMware vSphere-based environments to the AWS Cloud running on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).

The Benefits:

Enable Remote Workforce: Deliver Horizon 7 VDI environments on VMware Cloud on AWS for an intrinsically secure and scalable virtual desktop infrastructure.
Maintain your investment: Maintain your investment in VMware technology without having to learn native AWS skills.
Infrastructure Risk Mitigation: Provide proactive disaster avoidance with VMware Cloud on AWS and VMware Site Recovery.
Expand Capacity and Alleviate Maintenance Disruptions: Deliver cloud capacity in under 2 hours in 17 AWS regions worldwide for handling urgent business demand. Scale infrastructure on demand in minutes.
Data Center replacement: Rapidly move out of an existing physical Data Center without wasting time and money on re-platforming to native cloud services.


Microsoft and VMware have come together to help customers run their VMware-based workloads on Azure, while being able to leverage native MS Azure services.

The Benefits:

Get scale, automation and fast provisioning for your VMware workloads on global Azure infrastructure
Keep using your existing VMware investment, skills and tools to manage this estate (vCenter, vSphere, vSAN, etc)
Modernize your VMware workloads with native Azure management, security and platform services
Take advantage of the Azure benefits of running Windows and SQL server workloads
Use your existing Microsoft Azure agreements and tokens for consuming VMware infrastructure


Contact the Asystec Cloud Solutions team today and learn how Asystec can transform your organization.