Private Cloud

The service is based on a Virtual Private Cloud, which involves creating a dedicated virtual environment, ensuring flexibility and scalability, reducing costs, and simplifying IT management, all with a strong focus on cybersecurity using Palo Alto Networks, WAF, and THUX SOC (Security Operations Center). We provide support, virtual machines, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery solutions. The infrastructure includes redundant lines and a multi-carrier backup system. This solution also ensures compliance with regulations such as ISO 27001, NIST, and GDPR. The advanced management tools and their flexibility allow even the most complex IT infrastructures to be migrated to the Cloud. THUX's private Cloud integrates seamlessly with public clouds such as Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud.

Public and Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid Cloud: It involves a mix of Public and Private Cloud infrastructures designed according to specific business needs. It combines the advantages of both solutions and allows for highly customized infrastructure and integrated tools. It enables the movement of data and applications between the two environments. It is a more complex solution from a management perspective compared to others, but it meets precise needs.

Public Cloud: The hardware, software, and other service infrastructure are owned and operated by the cloud service provider. Examples of public clouds include Microsoft Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud. In a public cloud, you share the same hardware, storage resources, and network devices with other organizations or "tenants" of the cloud and access services and manage your account via a web browser.

Data center

The service is delivered in modern and technologically advanced data centers characterized by innovative security systems and managed by highly qualified personnel. The features and security of the data center, combined with multi-carrier connectivity and continuous monitoring services, make this solution the ideal choice for your company's IT transformation projects.


Virtualization allows companies to run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine. It enables the simultaneous execution of multiple operating systems on the same hardware, improving system reliability and reducing hardware-related costs. There are many benefits to virtualization, including retaining all the advantages of a regular IT infrastructure while using fewer resources. Additionally, virtualization allows for isolation, ensuring that programs running within a virtual machine are secure from processes taking place in another virtual machine on the same host. Services and processes become more agile by deploying a hybrid cloud or leveraging automation, and scalability is significantly increased. Disaster recovery is also enhanced because virtual machines can be moved quickly and securely from one server to another, relying on software that can automate failover during an issue.


Backup Solutions

Your data always safe and accessible with our backup solutions, offered based on your needs.