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OneAsia: Opening the Doors of Cloud Agility
Today, enterprises are showing a keen interest in IT automation and solutions for operational efficiency at a lower cost. “Cloud-first” and “Cloud-only” technologies are fast replacing monolithic on-premises technologies in the existing IT infrastructure owing to benefits of flexibility, reduced TCO and robust resiliency. However, companies are still hesitant in taking the first step towards cloud adoption due to factors such as security concerns around public cloud platforms, inability to measure cloud benefits, and absence of a proven methodology for cloud migration. In tandem, organizations require extensive training and collaboration between vendors and clients for adapting workloads for the cloud and vindicating operational lifecycles whilst maintaining stable infrastructure. This requires organizations to move beyond implementing an unified enterprise management solution and employ a managed cloud service that provides a high degree of customization resources and seamless implementation capabilities, to improve their onboarding experience onto the cloud. To ease their journey of cloud adoption, OneAsia has developed a wide range of cost-effective and reliable managed services to support customers with robust tools and carrier-neutral network connections. “We give clients the reassurance that they’re partaking effective cloud service usage helping them with appropriate resource allocation and sizing,” says Charles Lee, Founder and CEO of OneAsia.
With a local team of professionals, OneAsia automates the migration process, be it physical to virtual, multi-cloud migration or public-to-private and provides end-to-end cloud management through IaaS, PaaS to SaaS in Public, Private and /or Hybrid Environments.
Data Center Infrastructures for Mission Critical Workloads
OneAsia’s expertise also lies in providing data center infrastructure that allows enterprises to put their mission-critical workload in it with a reasonable cost and complexity. With its extensive self-own data center presence across the Asia Pacific including Shanghai, Nantong and Hong Kong, enterprises can formulate a dual-site operation model in Hong Kong or cross-border operations model in the region. “With our inter-connected and holistic self-own data center coverage, medium to large-sized enterprises can expand their infrastructure capacity without undertaking costly construction or facility leasing,” says Lee.
Trial of success
As a recognized ICT industry leader in the Asia Pacific region, the company has created a strong foothold, helping clients to connect from anywhere in the world with a consistent level of service, security, and quality. In an instance, r-pac Hong Kong, an international branding and packaging service provider, had to shift to a new location due to redevelopment of its existing industrial building. As r-pac’s managed service provider, OneAsia provided a holistic turnkey solution for the client, upgrading its entire system with data center deployment at the new office to host the internal system. Leveraging its strong data center hub and network coverage, OneAsia guaranteed a 50 percent increase in r-pac’s business operation efficiency while providing agility for cloud service for continual growth and cost control.
“On top of that, we offer a cloud-based disaster recovery plan with shared or dedicated service desks as alternative that can virtually replicate our clients’ IT infrastructure in cloud,” concludes Lee. OneAsia’s smart cloud solutions and best-in-class DC infrastructure is able to formulate a holistic IT plan to maximize the operations efficiency. In addition, the company boasts of comprehensive services that can meet the requirements of all kinds of businesses, making sure their clients feel tailor-made.