Your servers or the cloud? Digital content management systems can be operated in various infrastructural variants. The choice is yours, the technology is ready.

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What we offer

  • A team that constantly keeps up to date with changes in the OpenText / Microsoft cloud

  • Cloud investment consulting

  • Discussions regarding the advantages and disadvantages of the cloud

  • Support for cloud solutions

Jakub Humpolec

Technical Director

Focus. Our primary focus is on DMS – we are not distracted by the implementation of other solutions. When there is no DMS work, the competition send their consultants to other projects, thereby losing competence. Our people specialize exclusively in DMS and the customers appreciate it.

Main advantages and functions of cloud solutions

The classic concept of acquiring and operating an IT solution on internal physical or virtualized infrastructure is still important and will find its customers, while others prefer to place their systems on a cloud infrastructure that they do not directly own. There are multiple options available and IXTENT is here for you, ready to design and implement cloud systems for data, documents or process management.

Transfer of IT infrastructure to the cloud provided by a global partner – Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Amazon AWS and others – is becoming increasingly popular. This way, internal costs of complete internal infrastructure can be eliminated, while simultaneously transferring the responsibility for its availability to the provider. You retain full control over administration and application settings. The solution is easily scalable and the offered SLA ensures permanent availability of services. The basic model of cloud services is infrastructure as a service (IaaS) or alternatively platform as a service (PaaS), where PaaS includes, in addition to the HW infrastructure, also operating systems, databases, and middleware. The last in the trio of models is software as a service (SaaS), where a complete solution for the end user in the form of a functional application is offered within the cloud.

Medium and small organizations can benefit from the “public cloud” variant, where it is possible to use standardized and pre-prepared document or process management solutions. The disadvantage lies in a limited possibility of individual client adjustments, while the benefits include the availability of a robust platform with important functions at a low price.


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