Deploying Solumina MES In The Cloud
This scalable approach offers faster implementation and ROI, easier upgrades and maintenance, improved security, and lower upfront costs.
Deploying a cloud MES is a proven option and the economic case is strong. The infrastructure is ready to be used by companies that are digitally transforming, and can fundamentally improve processes for manufacturing enterprises.
Deploy 6-12 months quicker than on-premise solutions, resulting in substantial cost savings and a faster time-to-value.
Built-in security with major platforms is stronger than what most organizations can reach. Some even offer DoD IL5 security.
Solution updates and feature additions require significantly less resources and reduced risk for unplanned downtime.
Scalability and Flexibility
Quickly add lines or plants, increase server power, and make data storage decisions quickly as you scale.
Options such as AWS GovCloud takes care of many regulation and compliance requirements.
Cloud deployment eliminates the need for expensive hardware and supporting resources.
Leverage the Cloud with Confidence – What Every Discrete Manufacturing Executive Should Know
This eBook discusses the most important factors to consider as you lead a cloud deployment and provides insights into how iBase-t approaches them.
After the Cloud, What is the Next MES Architecture?
Your MES architecture must be Cloud capable, support devices such as AR/VR headsets, handheld displays, and be able to operate in the Cloud, on the plant floor in dedicated services, and offload some of its computational load to edge devices.
Navigating The Challenges of Cloud Migration
Cloud migration is a big decision – and there are several important factors to manage as part of the process.