Black Pepper Software offers cloud consulting, cloud migration, cloud optimisation and cloud-native application development services. We have significant experience in transitioning business and services to the cloud. In fact, whenever we build bespoke software, we build it cloud-ready so you get maximum flexibility for the future.
As an AWS Consulting Partner, our team are fully-certified AWS Architects, Business Professionals and Developers and highly proficient in integrating with AWS. It provides cutting-edge capabilities with almost no upfront costs or configuration needed. Which gives you the edge over your competition.
What are the benefits of AWS Cloud Computing?
Easy to use
AWS is designed to allow application providers, ISVs, and vendors to quickly and securely host your applications. You can use the AWS Management Console or well-documented web services APIs to access AWS’s application hosting platform.
AWS enables you to select the operating system, programming language, web application platform, database, and other services you need. With AWS, you receive a virtual environment that lets you load the software and services your application requires. This eases the migration process for existing applications while preserving options for building new solutions.
You pay only for the compute power, storage, and other resources you use, with no long-term contracts or up-front commitments. For more information on comparing the costs of other hosting alternatives with AWS, see the AWS Economics Center.
With AWS, you take advantage of a scalable, reliable, and secure global computing infrastructure, the virtual backbone of Amazon.com’s multi-billion dollar online business that has been honed for over a decade.
Scalable and high-performance
Using AWS tools, Auto Scaling, and Elastic Load Balancing, your application can scale up or down based on demand. Backed by Amazon’s massive infrastructure, you have access to compute and storage resources when you need them.
AWS utilizes an end-to-end approach to secure and harden our infrastructure, including physical, operational, and software measures. For more information, see the AWS Security Center.