SecureKloud CloudEdge accelerates cloud deployment for enterprises

SecureKloud launched its Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, CloudEdge, a fully secure and compliant platform that empowers organizations to leverage the power of automation and experience the agile deployment of holistic cloud work environments.

SecureKloud CloudEdge

According to Precedence Research, the global cloud computing market size is projected to hit around US$ 1,614.10 billion by 2030 and witness robust growth at a CAGR of 17.43% from 2022 to 2030.

A prefabricated self-service cloud platform like CloudEdge enables enterprises to build process and content intensive apps minimizing the cost and complexity of deploying, managing, and updating the platform themselves. It is a combination of infrastructure, operational capabilities, security monitoring and governance that will provide quicker access to cloud resources and enjoy the flexibility and scalability guaranteed by microservices architecture.

Speaking about the launch, Anand Kumar, Chief Revenue Officer at SecureKloud, said, “With the accelerated adoption of Cloud among global organizations, a platform like CloudEdge is a vital need for enterprises seeking to scale fast. We are elated to launch this as a subscription or freemium model to our customers that will help them to remove the guess work of finding the most ideal way to deploy enterprise cloud and maximize cloud potential with hyper automation capabilities.”

CloudEdge is a fully managed and highly automated cloud foundation platform that facilitates enterprises to transform and manage their cloud infrastructure across any CSP (Cloud Service Providers) be it AWS, GCP, or Microsoft Azure. Configured to HITRUST, SOC2, HIPAA, PCI, GDPR standards, security and regulatory protocols are assured reducing the risk of data breaches while ensuring smooth deployment.

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