Among the most fundamental features of cloud servers are scalability, resilience, and security. The scalability of cloud servers offers numerous advantages for merchants. By adjusting server space based on demand, a merchant can increase the amount of space in a server when needed and add a new device or register a new application. Using TEKTELIC cloud servers also enables businesses to save money on data or account recovery, in case of failure because they have regular backups and the data is sent to the cloud as soon as it is received by a server. By leveraging TEKTELIC cloud servers, organizations can easily increase storage and power as necessary, without the need to purchase a new server to add a new device, gateway, or sensor. This means that businesses can access high-performance resources for their applications.
The other feature is resilience. Cloud environments must be resilient in order to provide services consistently under a wide range of conditions. For example, KONA Element OA&M Server can work properly under high levels of noise interference and this feature is of crucial importance for many enterprises. Resilient cloud servers help protect business continuity and reduce downtime.
Next comes the security of cloud servers, and data transfer. Generally, cloud servers are protected against malicious insiders with high-end security features. These features include encryption of data at rest, in use, and in motion. TEKTELIC uses multiple layers of protection, including hardware and software firewalls and intrusion detection systems, so when a user tries to access from an unusual location or sign in with the wrong username or password, our server will command a firewall and prevent intrusion. Besides, we conduct regular penetration and vulnerability assessments to ensure storage security.