The realities of 21st century economy imply that the actors and participants to dynamic economic flows should have time-effective, on-demand access to information and resources and improved agility in dealing with operational challenges. Cloud computing came as the IT response to this business requirement, helping executives better allocate resources in their organizations and giving them opportunities to scale their operational activities in shorter periods of time.

This new paradigm of computing allows access through a diversity of client platforms, including computers, laptops, regular smart phones or tablets. Furthermore, through cloud self-service capabilities, the user deploys what he needs, whenever he needs it. This approach allows resource pooling and flexibility with reduced management and lower overall costs. Increased elasticity after transitioning to cloud offers a better alignment between computing needs and actual demand that the business generates at a certain moment in time. Flexibility is the key word here: cloud allows companies to scale upwards in an effective manner, but also release resources, depending on business and projects needs. Finally, cloud services are transparent, providing decision makers with better insights into resource usage.

What Temperfield does

As with all of our services, we start with an objective evaluation of the client’s needs in terms of cloud computing. The evaluation takes into account variables such as the size of the company, the outreach of the business activities or the number of employees and several other business requirements.

Partnering with the client, we explore and analyze opportunities and match to these the best solutions on the market, while using our expertise to minimize risks and address challenges.

We profile ourselves as a trusted adviser to create customized cloud solutions for our clients, in line with the characteristics of their business.

We use the appropriate cloud products available on the market, on a case by case basis, depending on the assessment findings. We offer end-to-end services that include design and architecture, consulting, implementation, training and support, as well as managed services, both before and after the migration phase. We look for flexibility and a simple approach in our cloud solutions, but as providers of consulting services, we propose the best fit for a case in point situation and create an integrated solution. Based on your need, we may recommend any of the following approaches: Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).

As with all visionary and innovative technologies, there are certain adoption concerns about cloud computing, such as performance, data breaches and data loss, shared technology risks and vulnerabilities. We take all these and others into account and employ our expertise and tools to mitigate them.


  • Cost reductions and economies of scale
  • Improved resource utilization
  • Improved operational efficiency
  • Maximized flexibility
  • Rapid elasticity
  • Improved accessibility
  • Increased client empowerment
  • Increased collaboration and communication

Technologies: VMware vCloud Director, OpenStack, VMware vSphere, VMware View, VMware vCenter Orchestrator, VMware vCloud Automation Center, Office365, Google Apps, IBM Datacenter Reseller


Virtualization is one of the well-known tech buzzwords. It offers a wide array of benefits to companies and organizations, which include lower overall maintenance costs, increased flexibility, higher security and maximized systems availability.

Virtualization may address several particular needs of organizations and, from this perspective, it comes across in different forms of IT solutions, such as server virtualization, storage virtualization, network virtualization,desktop virtualization, application virtualization, session virtualization or user virtualization.

Server virtualization is likely to come first to mind from this enumeration and the industry’s answer to the challenge of running only one operating system at a single time on a machine. In the past, this translated into underutilized hardware capacity and, as a consequence, into large investments to cover the cost of machines and recurrent maintenance fees.

Server virtualization allows several operating systems to run on the same single computing system. The virtualized consolidated infrastructure thus created multiplies the number of operations that are undertaken within an organization, with infinite opportunities. The increased efficiency and agility gained by adopting virtualization translates into huge business benefits.

What Temperfield does

We are strong believers in the fact that virtualization can rapidly deliver significant benefits for companies.

Temperfield provides a diverse array of services that include working with organizations towards putting together a virtualization strategy that is adapted to company requirements. We also create organizational evaluations and assessments to determine the readiness for virtualization and what is best fit for each particular situation and elaborating designs and a migration plan. One of the things that differentiates us from competitors is our readiness towards multiple solutions and our commitment to looking steps ahead for the best future developments, including cloud adoption. We also work with clients who have already implemented a virtualization solution by providing health check assessments, performance assessments and other similar services.

Temperfield uses several virtualization platforms and available products on the market to create a sustainable, customized and flexible solution that best matches business requirements.


  • Improved operational capacity
  • Lower maintenance and operational costs
  • Improved operational efficiency
  • Increased business opportunities

Technologies: VMware vSphere, Microsoft HyperV, Citrix XenServer, RedHat Enterprise Virtualization


Networking evolution and storage consolidation initiatives have been a key development factor in the evolution of computer science. These have also led to clustering in many forms, including high performance computing (HPC) and high availability clusters (HA).

All these developments and increased capacities in analyzing, processing and storing information also enables today working with big data sets. This created new opportunities and a diverse array of applications that were not available in the past.

The low cost of microprocessors and the continuous improvement of computing initiatives has enabled increased systems’ availability with the connection of a large number of machines.

The effect of clustering is that more activities can be undertaken with greater precision and within a smaller amount of time and for a lower cost. The challenges and opportunities of the modern world led to the development and fast-paced adoption of High-Availability (HA) solutions that ensure continued service of vital systems, including in the financial or health industry.

With high-performance computing (HPC), a business is capable of creating supercomputers that perform operations in a distributed manner, lowering the time necessary for solving complex problems.

What Temperfield does

Temperfield aims to combine its high-end expertise with quality products on the market to deliver a full-range consulting and implementation service.

In terms of clustering, we consider applications from reliable vendors that can maximize availability in a cost-effective manner.


  • Minimal downtime
  • Higher reliability
  • Resource Consolidation
  • Optimal use of resources
  • Higher computing and operational capacity
  • Centralized management opportunities
  • Maximized value

Technologies: RedHat Cluster, SteeelEye LifeKeeper, vSphere HA, Neverfail, DoubleTake, heartbeet