Cloud Based Platform

One Platform is hosted on the Google Cloud Platform

Why use the Cloud

Cloud-based hosting is used for B2B e-commerce projects for several reasons. Here are some of them:

Cloud hosting allows for easy scaling of resources as needed. This means that if your e-commerce project grows, you can quickly add more capacity without having to invest in new physical servers.

Cloud hosting services often offer high uptime and reliability compared to traditional hosting. This ensures that your B2B e-commerce platform is available to your customers almost constantly.

You can customize and configure your hosting environment according to your specific needs and technological requirements. This can include using different database types, programming languages or adding extra security measures.

Cloud providers often invest in state-of-the-art security measures and monitoring systems, enabling you to protect your customer data and business information more effectively.

Instead of having to buy and maintain your own servers, cloud hosting can be more cost-effective due to its subscription-based model. You only pay for the resources you use.

Google Cloud Platform

Google has several advantages in environment and security, especially when it comes to its cloud platform, Google Cloud Platform (GCP):

Environmental benefits:

Renewable energy:
Google has committed to purchasing and using 100% renewable energy to power their global operations, including their data centers. This helps reduce their climate impact and supports sustainable energy production.

Energy efficiency:
GCP uses advanced technologies for energy-efficient cooling and power management in their data centers, reducing overall energy consumption and their ecological footprint.

Innovative green technologies:
Google is investing in and experimenting with new technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to optimize the energy consumption and efficiency of its data centers.

Safety benefits:

Physical security:
Google implements strict physical security measures in their data centers, including access control, biometric identification methods and monitoring to protect against unauthorized access.

Network security:
GCP offers advanced network security features like DDoS protection and firewall rules to protect against malicious traffic and ensure data transfers are secure.

Data encryption:
Google encrypts data at rest and in transit with strong encryption algorithms like AES-256, ensuring data is protected against unauthorized access and theft.

Access control and identity management:
GCP’s Identity and Access Management (IAM) provides comprehensive control over who has access to which resources and what actions they can perform, minimizing the risk of internal threat.

Monitoring and compliance:
Google Cloud offers detailed activity monitoring and event logging to detect and respond to security breaches in real-time. Their compliance with international standards such as ISO 27001 and SOC 2 confirms their commitment to security best practices.