So you’ve heard of this thing called cloud-computing, and now apparently everybody is doing it. But what is it really? Well, it’s actually quite simple; cloud-computing is when you control compute resources remotely through the internet, by using software. So you use someone else’s software, to access someone else’s hardware to run your own software on. And that software is going to be accessible on the internet as well. This means you can use this principle to power your apps, run your predictive analytics, store your data and so on. But who owns the machines that are in the cloud, you might wonder. Large companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Google, to mention the largest ones. They take care of the infrastructure so you don’t have to. This doesn’t mean they also own the applications that run in them, and the data they produce. That belongs to you, as the customer.
Our tech-team at Broentech are experienced in building cloud applications that are scalable, cost-efficient and that provides good user experiences. Let’s sit down and have a coffee together, and talk about how we can lift your company up into the cloud.
Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky. Rabindranath Tagore
The following is a list of some of our favorite tools we use every day:
Types of applications
We wrap machine-learning models into a cloud-application context so that the insights the models provide are accessible through user interfaces and APIs.
Smart connected devices can send their sensor data to our cloud applications so that it may be stored, analysed, acted upon and presented to end-users.
Mobile-phone applications often both produces and consumes large amounts of data. We can both make those apps, and power them up using cloud computing.