Managed services

BuzzClan Managed services possess the capability to take over your IT operations to ensure high efficiency and reliability. Our team of professionals is committed and takes responsibility to ensure the improvement of your IT environment and processes within it. Managed services at BuzzClan are backed with years of expertise in ITSM span the all-round support for cloud, on-premises and hybrid infrastructures and include consulting and migration services for proactive IT evolution.

DBA Managed Services

Database Managed Services can take your business to a new level with the most valuable assets secured in a database that is readily available 24/7. Using MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, or Postgre SQL, one can build a robust foundation at the database level vital to developing applications and strategies. All these systems are designed and built to manage and store information. Enterprises can choose between any database to meet their needs and budgets. All SQL- and Oracle-powered databases support various analytics operations, business intelligence operations, and transaction processing.

Middleware Managed Services

Middleware Managed Services offer support to applications in addition to that offered by the operating system enabling developers to design the applications more efficiently. Oracle-based Middleware infrastructures, such as WebLogic Support and SOA Support, are highly scalable and enterprise-ready Java Platform ensuring smoother operations and stability to applications. Oracle IDM Support is an enterprise identity management system that automatically and seamlessly manages the access privileges of a user within the resources of an enterprise. Oracle BI (Business Intelligence) Support delivers an integrated, end-to-end Enterprise Performance Management System, including financial performance management applications, operational BI applications, and data warehousing.

Cloud Managed Services

AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Oracle Cloud offer a range of cloud-computing solutions, including IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS, based on the needs and budgets of the enterprise. With IaaS, users gain access to computing resources such as servers, storage, and networking. Enterprises use their platforms and applications within the vendor infrastructure. Using PaaS, enterprises are additionally able to utilize an array of prebuilt tools to design, customize, and test their applications. Saas provides users with remote access to a vendor’s cloud-based software without needing to install applications on their local devices. Users can access and analyze their data through the web or an API and collaborate on projects remotely.

Application Managed Services

Outsource your enterprise application management for monitoring and maintenance of your complex applications. Leverage Application Managed Services to find effective and quick fixes in case of any issue. Focusing on ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), Oracle EBS, MS Dynamics, JD Edwards, Peoplesoft, and Oracle Fusion Apps empowers a company to improve internal efficiencies, enhance user-satisfaction and free its IT team to focus on more productive tasks. Moving one step ahead, Oracle Application Express (APEX) is offering managed support services through a low-code development platform that enables users to develop scalable and secure enterprise apps that can be deployed anywhere.

Infrastructure Managed Services

Give your business the resiliency to recover IT infrastructure, servers, applications, and network connections after any adverse event by setting up a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy. Iaas Support offers safe offsite storage and storing locally executed backups remotely. Hypervisor-based disaster recovery protects both data and applications, also offering inherent benefits of virtualization support. Hosted hypervisors like Oracle VM VirtualBox, VMware Server, and OVM add a distinct software layer on top of the host operating system like MS Windows, Linux, Unix, and Solaris, etc. Hence, users gain multiple virtual machines (VMs) independent from the underlying hardware. Enterprises can then easily replicate VM workloads off-site in a separate location, thus strengthening BCP and DR.

DevOps Services

DevOps tools like Jenkins, Maven, and Puppet easily distribute workload across multiple machines executing CI/CD automation, ensuring the code changes in applications are constantly updated, tested, and deployed across IT infrastructures. However, these tools are not adequate. Boost your DevOps automation using EMS (Enterprise Management System). Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c offers an integrated enterprise IT management product line in the form of advanced and robust infrastructure and tools to support DevOps automation. Continuous monitoring tools like Azure Monitor offer features like Application Insights and Log Analytics connecting development and operations to help users to recognize, manage, and resolve issues in their web apps and services as data and insights are captured real-time in production.

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