“Cloud computing is a novelty no more in government IT departments. It has quickly matured to the point where it is on the threshold of becoming a mainstream source of technology for military and civilian agencies and state and local governments. And as government agencies and departments have learned more about cloud computing, they have gained a more mature perspective on the benefits and risks associated with cloud computing.”
– Federal Computer Week
As an ORACLE Cloud Partner, Wildflower provides its customers agility, flexibility, and cost savings using technologies that power the cloud. We can help you realize the opportunities and efficiencies the cloud creates:
Internet based services that rely on a third-party service provider for services such as servers, data storage and applications. A public cloud can free enterprises from the potentially expensive costs of having to purchase, manage, and maintain on-premises hardware and software infrastructure. This type of cloud can be deployed rapidly and shared by multiple organizations.
With similar advantages to public cloud, including scalability and self-service, but utilizing a private, secure architecture. A private cloud is dedicated to a specific organization and resides behind a firewall with greater control and privacy.
A service model that provides a cloud solution to a federated group of individuals or organizations that is governed, managed and secured by all the participating organizations or a managed service provider.
The melding of a public and private cloud over an encrypted connection, using technology that allows for the portability of data and applications. Agencies can use it to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness offered by the public environment without exposing mission-critical applications to the vulnerabilities of the open internet.