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SkuNexus maintains infrastructure partnerships with industry-leading cloud providers AWS, Azure, and DigitalOcean.

Partnering with these firms provides a range of advantages to our clients, from scalability and cost-efficiency to robust security and compliance measures. These platforms feature global data centers for reliable uptime, extensive tools for rapid innovation, and a wealth of technical support resources.

Our customers can thus focus on their core operations while benefiting from a flexible, integrated ecosystem that allows for seamless third-party integrations and customized solutions, enabling them to adapt quickly to market needs and operate more efficiently.



Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon providing on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) to individuals, companies, and governments, on a metered pay-as-you-go basis. Launched in 2006, AWS has become one of the leading cloud service providers, offering a broad set of global compute, storage, database, analytics, application, and deployment services.

The platform allows businesses to run virtually everything in the cloud, from applications and big data projects to social games and mobile apps. One of the significant advantages of AWS is its scalability, enabling companies to adjust resources according to their needs without significant upfront expenditures. It also offers flexibility by supporting various programming languages, operating systems, databases, and architectures.

AWS's extensive product lineup includes services like EC2 for virtual servers, S3 for storage, RDS for relational databases, and many others that cater to machine learning, data analytics, security and compliance, and Internet of Things (IoT), among other capabilities. With data centers in many parts of the world, AWS provides a robust, reliable, and cost-effective infrastructure to help businesses scale and grow.


Azure is a cloud computing platform and service offered by Microsoft. Launched in 2010, Azure provides a range of cloud services, including computing power, storage, and databases, as well as more advanced services such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, analytics, and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Azure aims to help businesses manage challenges and meet their organizational goals by providing a comprehensive set of flexible, scalable, and secure cloud services.

Azure allows businesses to scale their operations and data without the capital expenditure of owning physical servers. It supports a broad range of programming languages, frameworks, operating systems, databases, and devices.

Azure's services are designed to work well with both Microsoft's software and third-party solutions, offering benefits like integrated development environments in Visual Studio and compatibility with Windows Server, Active Directory, and SQL Server. Over the years, Microsoft has also incorporated support for open-source technologies into Azure, making it a versatile choice for a wide variety of users.

Azure is generally used for building, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers, providing a robust and reliable cloud infrastructure for businesses around the globe.


Digital Ocean

Launched in 2011, DigitalOcean aims to simplify cloud services to help software developers deploy and scale applications regardless of the size of their operations. DigitalOcean primarily focuses on providing cloud services for developers, startups, and small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs).

DigitalOcean's offerings are designed to be straightforward and user-friendly, allowing developers to launch virtual private servers, known as "Droplets," in a matter of seconds. Droplets serve as scalable compute platforms with virtualized CPUs, memory, and storage, providing the basic building blocks for higher-level services and features.

In addition to its core Droplet service, DigitalOcean provides a variety of other cloud-based features like object storage (Spaces), managed databases, Kubernetes-based container orchestration, and networking features such as load balancers and firewalls. In addition, they feature a marketplace of pre-configured 1-Click Apps that can simplify software deployment.

DigitalOcean is known for its simplicity and cost-effectiveness. Their transparent pricing makes it a popular choice among individual developers, small businesses, and any situation where a simple, inexpensive hosted server is needed.

The company has built a large and active community with tutorials, Q&A, and educational resources aimed at helping developers and system administrators deploy and manage applications in the cloud.

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