Cloud Application Development

Make the right cloud decisions with Silicus' Cloud Application Development Services


Cloud Migration


These are the steps we’ll follow for your migration:

  • First step is to assess the cost and risk to you of moving your infrastructure to the cloud.
  • We’ll then draw up a plan for migrating both your databases and your applications to the cloud, minimizing downtime and cost.
  • As per our plan we’ll then set up storage services.
  • Before launching we’ll test your services extensively.
  • Once your services are running we’ll continue to monitor and assess to ensure everything is running correctly.
Our team of experts can help you through this process, allowing for a safe transition to a powerful and secure infrastructure in the cloud.


If you’re using the cloud for your services you need the technical knowledge to manage it. We can help you fine tune your systems so your services have maximum uptime and top-tier security.

If you’ve moved all or even some of your services to the cloud you’ll know that the work doesn’t stop there: you need to keep your system optimized and keep updating your security to ensure that your services run smoothly and without interruption. Our Managed Support Team can help you run this; we have System Administrators, Account Managers and Senior Technical Engineers on our team, experts who can not only keep your systems running but also help improve them so that your customers get the best.
Our services allow you to:

  • Switch resources to focus on growing the business instead of dealing with IT issues.
  • Gain access to a new team of experts who’ll become a part of your team and help you manage your systems.
  • Magnify and scale your cloud services to reach new customers and improve your services to your existing customers.
  • Access new technology and the expertise to use it.
  • Keep your security up to date.
Cloud Managed Services


SaaS or Software as a Service, uses internet to deliver software service to users. It can be understood as the web-based alternative for the otherwise desktop based applications. The users do not require installing SaaS application to their des ktops and thus saving on money needed to get hardware upgrades or so. It provides cost benefits to organizations because unlike the conventional desktop based solutions which require a licence, SaaS service is generally based on a monthly fee plan. SaaS also removes the hassles of installation and daily upkeep and maintenance of the application.

SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) is the answer to these challenges. As an alternative to buying software and paying for periodic upgrades, paying for and maintaining technical resources and infrastructure, SaaS may provide a better alternative for many existing and future solutions. These include applications such as new product development, marketing, sales, customer service, portals, content management and collaboration being made available on a usage or time-basis via the Web. Since SaaS is subscription-based, upgrades are routinely provided during the term of the subscription and SLAs (Service Level Agreements) are always defined and followed to ensure the proper level of services and support.


Google runs one of the largest, most reliable, resilient and highly scalable IT infrastructures in the world.
Its servers handle billions of requests daily, from search results to YouTube videos to emails. And now, you can use that infrastructure to host and run your own apps.

The benefits, over and beyond the obvious are

  • Unlike Amazon’s EC2, no configuration or assembly of hardware is needed
  • All development tools are available in a single integrated environment.
  • Customers don’t have to deal with backend tasks like checking application status and handling workflow.
  • Tasks like authentication are also dealt by Google’s App Engine.
  • Other features like load balancing and time sensitive triggers for various tasks are also included.
  • Plans start from free to paid.
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Aws Development


Build and host highly scalable web sites and apps on Amazon Cloud Services. Use Amazon’s world class infrastructure at pay as you go prices and solve your hardware hiccups, forever.

While Amazon is best known as an online store where you can literally find everything, it has also become the 800 pound gorilla in the cloud services market.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) have brought about a revolution in cloud computing, lowering the barrier to entry for companies who want to launch a product or a service online.
Without AWS, apps and sites that you use everyday like Reddit, FastCompany, Instagram, Pinterest, Netflix, Reuters would not exist.

But building on AWS is very different from normal product architecture. You will face challenges like

  • Determining which of the many component services offered within AWS (EC2, S3, Amazon RDB, Amazon EBS etc) would be a good fit for your requirements
  • How to take advantage of the architecture provided by AWS so that your product can run at peak efficiency
  • Building in redundant components and fault tolerance so that any kind of outage will not result in loss of service
  • Predicting and budgeting for the costs of hosting and bandwidth.
  • Monitoring the health of AWS infrastructure so that you can take appropriate action if service levels degrade.

Because of cost advantages AWS offers everyone from Fortune 500 enterprises to startups are using it to outsource their infrastructure needs. But unless you take care of these issues, your investment in AWS will not yield the desired returns.