Modernize your IT and drive innovation by experiencing all the benefits of the Public Cloud services from FPT Telecom International.

Understanding your unique requirements and challenges, we deliver the tools, management and expertise you need when migrating to the cloud.

What is a Public Cloud?

The public cloud stands for computing services offered by third-party providers over the public Internet, making them available to anyone who wants to use or purchase them. Public clouds allow customers to pay only per usage for the CPU cycles, storage, or bandwidth they consume.

In a public cloud, you share the same hardware, storage, and network devices with other organizations. All hardware, software, and other supporting infrastructure is owned and managed by the cloud provider. You are granted an access to your services and account management tools via a web browser.

Public cloud deployments are often used to provide web-based email, online office applications, storage, and testing and development environments.

Our certified cloud experts will meet you wherever you are on your cloud journey.

With a public cloud, your team can use the same application from any office or branch location using any devices as long as they can access the Internet.

While security concerns have been raised over public cloud environments, when implemented correctly, the public cloud can be as secure as the most effectively managed private cloud implementation if the provider uses proper security methods, such as intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDPS).


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Advantages of a Public Cloud

Eliminates capital expense and reduces ongoing cost

Public clouds sidestep the upfront expenses of setting up and managing an onsite datacenter, making it an economical option for start-ups and businesses testing new ideas.

Improves business continuity and disaster recovery

With the right service level agreement (SLA) in place, a public cloud can reduce the cost of high availability, business continuity, and disaster recovery, while keeping access to applications and data as usual during a disaster or outage.

Innovate rapidly

As soon as you’ve decided to launch a new product or initiative, the necessary computing infrastructure can be ready in minutes or hours, rather than the days or weeks—and sometimes months—it could take to set up internally.

Respond quicker to shifting business conditions

Public clouds enable you to quickly scale up resources to accommodate spikes in demand for your application— during the holidays, for example—then scale resources back down again when activity decreases to save money.

Focus on your core business

Public clouds sidestep the upfront expenses of setting up and managing an onsite datacenter, making it an economical option for start-ups and businesses testing new ideas.

Increase stability, reliability, and supportability

With public clouds there\’s no need to maintain and upgrade software and hardware or troubleshoot equipment problems. With the appropriate agreement in place, your service provider assures that your infrastructure is reliable and meets SLAs.

Better security

With the appropriate service agreement, a cloud service provider can provide security for your applications and data that may be better than what you can attain in-house.

Gets new apps to users faster

Because you don’t need to first set up the infrastructure before you can develop and deliver apps, you can get them to users faster with a public cloud.

The public cloud is the ideal cloud
platform for non-sensitive, public-facing
operations, with unpredictable traffic.

Use Cases

  • Test and development environments

  • Handling unpredictable demand and steadily growing storage needs

  • Planning and management of backup and disaster recovery systems

  • Website hosting

  • In-memory analytics
  • Web servers/ app servers

  • Data center consolidation and extension

  • High-performance computing

  • Web pages and CMS Systems

  • Big data analysis

  • Batch processing apps
  • Media streaming apps

  • Enterprise apps

  • Web and mobile apps deployment

  • NoSQL stores (Mongo DB, Cassandra)

  • Small databases or large relational databases

  • Network appliances

  • Caches (Redis, Memcached)