What is Simplica Cloud?
Cloud computing is one of the fastest growing segments in the enterprise IT world, as businesses want great software product but no longer want to host them on-premise. At Simplica, we understand this important trend and we are presenting – the Simplica Cloud. The Simplica Cloud provides a hosted environment for: Sample Wizard, LabWare, and Simplica custom apps.
The big infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers only offer cloud components – virtual machine instances, database services, file storage facilities, etc. Where the IaaS providers offer “components”, Simplica offers complete “applications” generally accessible with a simple URL. Significant expertise is often required to set up and manage all of the components necessary to maintain an enterprise-scale, secure and highly available deployment required by most LabWare customers.
Where the IaaS providers offer "components", Simplica offers complete "applications" generally accessible with a simple URL. Additionally, Simplica directly manages everything behind-the-scenes; every Simplica Cloud Solution is continuously monitored and knowledgeble, and helpful support technicians are available for specific customer applications.
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The Simplica Cloud customers enjoy these features
- Presence in both North America and Europe
- Dedicated single-tenant environments
- Complete multi-tier environments
- Elastic architecture
- Choice of database vendor
- Flexible security (VPN, 2-Factor Authentication)
- Customer site instrument integration
- Publish/consume web service for 3rd-party systems
Simplica Cloud infrastructure is co-located at world class data centers with exclusive industry certifications including ISO 27001 and SSAE 16 SOC-2. Multiple physical security checks protect the housed hardware, including biometric scanning. All physical and network access is monitored and recorded.
Simplica employs the latest Cisco firewall technology and network gear to create dedicated and isolated environments for each customer. DMZ architecture protects public access including, if necessary, 2-factor authentication, VPN clients and VPN tunnels control non-public access to customer internal networks.