With WEMALO Cloud there are no more restrictions on your growth. Our software is installed on Google cloud servers in Europe and therefore has maximum security standards.
With the cloud we rely on proven techniques such as load balancing and automatic scaling of the orchestrated service of the WEMALO system landscape. The chosen setup allows us to react spontaneously to load peaks so that the operability of the systems is not restricted even with high usage frequency. By maximum availability we mean a technical set-up using elastic IP addresses for fail-safe load balancing with automatic scaling. In the event of a failure, the available structures enable WEMALO to reroute to available replacement systems. All server systems used are redundantly maintained and consist of at least two instances.
Google uses tens of thousands of identical servers built according to their specifications. Security plays a decisive role in all developments, whether it is hardware and networks or individual Linux software stacks.
Homogeneity in combination with control over the entire stack reduces the attack surface and enables a faster response to threats.
Deliver the agility, flexibility and scalability your business needs to innovate and grow.
Always up to date:
Eliminate the limitations of different software versions. Increase your agility with software that’s always kept up to date with continuous updates.
At the heart of the system is a dynamic and user-friendly interface that can be accessed by all users in a company worldwide at any time and from any device.
Performance problems are a thing of the past. We add processors or memory as needed.
WEMALO is already successfully in use at several locations and has demonstrably increased productivity, efficiency, quality and transparency.
What is a cloud?
A cloud or cloud computing is an internet-based IT infrastructure. Cloud users can access storage space, computing power or application software. The special thing about it is that the cloud is accessible at any time and from any place. So it makes no difference whether a user wants to access data in a cloud solution from London, Tokyo or New York, as long as he or she has an Internet connection and the appropriate access. The latter is provided to users via programs on the accessing devices, so-called clients, or via a web browser.
How did the cloud get its name?
The term “cloud” was not invented by a poetic IT professional. Instead, the symbol of the cloud was used in IT to identify systems in structural drawings of networks. Although these systems were part of a network, they were operated externally. Their structure as well as their exact function were not relevant for the own network. The situation is similar with today’s cloud solutions. The user does not need to know the processes of the cloud, what is relevant for him is that he can access the desired data. He knows that the information from the cloud is stored on several servers and that he can access it online at any time and from anywhere.
How is cloud technology delivered?
In order for customers to be able to use various cloud services, a service provider is needed that makes its servers available as a kind of virtual data center. For this purpose, the service provider interconnects several servers thus the data is no longer stored on one server alone. In this way, storage resources can also be called up as required. In this way, users can generally store any amount of data without any problems.
What types of cloud computing are there?
Basically, three different types of cloud computing can be distinguished. Starting with SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) cloud computing. Here, the IT service provider operates software which the user can use via a web browser without installing it on his own computer. With SaaS, the user does not have to worry about licenses or software updates. Moreover, there is also the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). This version provides programming environments with adaptable computing and data capacities. Users can develop their own software on this platform. Finally, there is Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Here, users virtually rent their own server by obtaining hardware resources such as computers, networks and storage from the provider.