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Cloud Deployment

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It’s time to take control of your data, services, and even your company’s online presence with a personal cloud hosted on your own hardware. Whether you’re managing servers in your office or at a data center, our company is here to guide you through the process of turning your on-site and collocated hardware into a versatile personal cloud and gateway to your organization’s digital ecosystem.

Bring Your Own Server or Take A Recommendation #

Bring your own server: #

We provide service “stack” recommendations and support for any hardware you would like to bring into your personal cloud, this could be a collocated server or an old desktop. We will tailor a group of applications for you and/or your employees based on stated need.

Take a recommendation: #

We have experience building routers, streaming servers/CDNs, compute dedicated machines, and home servers that use less than 20 watts under load. We will help you find exactly what you need for any service without obfuscating any of the important details.

We want to help you: #

  • Run a server in your home or office to secure you or your client’s data.
  • Efficiently scale your development process without paying monthly to a cloud provider or wait for provisioning.
  • Decentralize your cloud and make it accessible anywhere by using a “mesh” VPN.

Decentralized Systems & Security #

Leverage a “mesh” VPN to connect all of your on-site and off-site hardware.

A self-hosted virtual private network enables you to connect hardware, say in an office/home or collocation building, securely. With a mesh network tool like Netmaker, you can allow all of your servers to think they are on the same subnet, using true P2P connections, without opening any ports.

Mesh VPNs allow you to completely close off a host’s firewall, but still provide a way for internal or external users to access that content. Proxy the content through another server that is protected with DDoS mitigation or only allow access to users with WireGuard client keys.

Cost-Efficient Scalability: #

An e-commerce SMB can use decentralized cloud computing to easily scale its website during peak shopping seasons, ensuring optimal performance without overcommitting to expensive infrastructure.

Improved Resilience: #

A small manufacturing business can use decentralized backup and disaster recovery solutions to protect critical data and systems from unexpected outages or disasters.

Remote Work Support: #

Decentralized computing enables employees to work remotely, accessing company data and applications securely from anywhere with an internet connection.

Global Reach: #

An online education platform can utilize decentralized content delivery networks (CDNs) to ensure fast and reliable access to course materials for students worldwide.

Wrapping up #

These examples and more are enabled by decentralizing resources, improving redundancy, which can be achieved quickly and securely by using tools like Netmaker, one of the top trusted open source tools used by Myco.Systems. Right now we use Netmaker to create a secure wireguard-based connection from anywhere, even on the road, back to our servers.