managed services

Whether you need a public or private cloud, or perhaps don't know which type you need, we can offer managed services as a layer on top of the IT infrastructure.

  • managed infrastructure
  • managed applications and tools
  • keep focus on your core business

our managed cloud services include

at infrastructure level

  • Architecture
  • System administration and operation (Ops)
  • System monitoring, action and reporting
  • Performance testing and optimization
  • Proactive communication and 24x7 support
  • A single point of contact for support
  • DNS management
  • Managing security and compliance
  • Backup and disaster recovery

at the application and tool level

  • DevOps automation tools: Chef, Puppet, Salt, Ansible etc.
  • Application deployment, scaling and lifecycle management
  • Specialized database management: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Hadoop, etc.
  • OpenStack Private Cloud Deployment and Management.

why managed services?

Get access to our expertise

A managed cloud service gives you access to many different experts that are usually difficult to provide in-house. We help you with strategic advice based on the requirements and wishes of your business. Our experts not only manage servers, storage, networks and operating systems, but also the complex tools that run on top of the infrastructure itself, such as automation tools, containers, etc.

We offer managed cloud services for private, public and hybrid clouds, where we promote our public cloud solution. It gives you more flexibility to scale capacity as your needs change. Since we help you get started with a solution, even non-IT specialists can act as stakeholders and procurers, allowing your company's technical resources to fully focus on the business.

For both public and private clouds, we also offer help with security and control over your data as well as service and IT support. Based on the needs of your company, we identify the right combination of public and private cloud, all managed from our data center.

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What are managed services?

Which functions do you choose to manage internally and which should we manage for you?

A cloud platform generally provides a range of features and capabilities, but not all of them are relevant for all purposes. These platforms often require high standards from you as a user in terms of system design and require knowledge of the platform in order to use it effectively and securely - or in some cases, just to get started.

A common myth is that if you "just put your IT in the cloud, then you don't need to worry about it later." This is not true for many cloud platforms, but it is the foundation of our managed cloud solutions from Binero.

How do I become a customer of managed services?

Modern agreements and full flexibility

In our managed cloud services, we focus on flexibility and agility - important features that you need in all parts and aspects of the cloud. This means that with us you have no lock-in effect, no long contracts, no unnecessary rebuilding of the infrastructure architecture and no forced software.

Instead, you can completely scale up and down based on your requirements. We reflect your service model according to how you actually want and need to use the cloud, so you maximize value while minimizing unnecessary IT support costs.

get started in a Swedish cloud service today

Create an account in our public cloud and you're up and running straight away and reach out to us to discuss our managed services.

All new accounts are topped up with 1000 SEK to use resources for.


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frequently asked questions

What does managed service mean?

Managed service means that you add a service layer to your IT infrastructure, where you choose which functions you want to manage internally and which we will manage for you. Managed services can be provided at an infrastructure-, application- and tool level.

What is OpenStack?

OpenStack has grown to become the world's most widely used open source cloud platform. As one of the three most actively developed open source projects on the planet, it brings together thousands of developers from over 180 countries. Companies that are usually competitors in the market thus work together in a community, to find the best joint solution for their customers. With this you can avoid being in the hands of a single supplier and completely dependent on the supplier's decisions.

OpenStack offers everything you need for a cloud infrastructure. The same software meets the needs of everything from small start-ups to large global organizations. You can create and manage your virtual infrastructure with advanced functionality and capabilities. You can provision virtual machines, virtual storage blocks, virtual networks connecting them, virtual load balancers, virtual routers…

What advantages does a multi-cloud solution provide?

Multi-cloud is exactly what it sounds like: instead of just choosing a single provider for your entire business needs, multicloud means you use a mix of services from two or more cloud providers and split workloads between them. In this way, you can choose and adapt services based on which offer the greatest flexibility, reliability, functions and price.

For many organizations, the "one-size-fits-all" solutions of the major cloud platforms are rarely the optimal choice for all parts of the business. However, it may be the right choice for a certain department or function, while completely different solutions may be needed for other departments or types of data (for example for cloud storage of personal data, where legislation such as GDPR requires that data may not be stored with companies with residence outside Sweden's or the EU's borders). You can also get access to niche functions at the smaller players, which the big ones either do not offer as standard or charge more for as an additional service.

Why should I use a public cloud?

A public cloud is often the least investment-intensive choice, as you as a user and customer can easily start small and build your way up without start-up costs for infrastructure or the like. It's also extremely flexible and scalable – you can easily scale up or down in performance and space as your needs change.

Another advantage is that you yourself do not need to have any in-depth knowledge of cloud infrastructure to be able to manage a public cloud, but can leave everything to your provider who also keeps the platform up-to-date and competitive so that you can instead focus on your core business.

Why is there so much talk about containers and kubernetes?

Today, software development must happen faster and faster to be able to keep up with business requirements. You are expected to keep pace with, or even surpass, your competition. Containers and Kubernetes speed up your development process by making the application more modular. Applications built as microservices are easier to manage because each module is relatively simple, and changes can be made to modules without requiring changes to the underlying architecture of the entire application. Kubernetes also gives you a very efficient way to maintain the application when it goes into production, as well as an easy way to upgrade and scale it as needed.

With Kubernetes, you can easily move your container-based applications across multiple clouds and environments, which enables greater flexibility and freedom of choice. You will build cloud-native applications that can run anywhere! Kubernetes can then easily scale to meet the needs of even the fastest growing application.

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