Lean (DT) is the number-one Cloud solution provider , having helped agencies leverage the benefits of the Cloud since 2013. Our deep experience and expertise, innovative services, and customized approach empower you to successfully manage the Cloud.
Lean (DT) commitment to Cloud computing is demonstrated by our Cloud Solutions Group. In fact, we’re one of the only companies in the industry with a group solely focused on Cloud services for the SME and government.
Our dedicated team of experts assists federal customers in successfully implementing, understanding, and navigating the Cloud. We provide expertise in Cloud and Virtualization technologies, Cloud architecture, Cloud governance, IT roadmaps, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Information Assurance and Security.
Our full range of Cloud services offer you both flexibility and customization at every point in the Cloud adoption cycle.
From the initial planning and architecture to data migration, integration, and training, we’re experts in getting you up and running in the Cloud.
IT services, system administration, application support, configuration, and more—our team provides complete services for managing your data in the Cloud.
We deploy a Cloud-centric, Agile, DevOps platform—built to your agency’s specific needs—as well as provide the training to ensure your success in the Cloud.
We provide the guidance and support to help our customers choose and procure the right Cloud model for them. Below are definitions of the deployment and service models we offer.Public Cloud
This Cloud model is open to the general public and owned by the organization providing the Cloud services (for example, Amazon Web Services).Private Cloud
Private Clouds—as the name implies—are used exclusively by a single organization. They can exist either on-premise or off-premise, operate internally or externally, as well as be owned and managed by a government agency, a private company, or a combination of the two.Hybrid Cloud
This model combines two or more Cloud infrastructures (public, private, or community), bringing together and leveraging the best software or technologies from each, and allowing workloads to be moved back and forth between each type of Cloud according to needs.
IaaS is essentially a virtual version of the traditional IT infrastructure, where all computing and storage capabilities are in the Cloud. While users are still required to manage the infrastructure—including the operating system, application, and any virtual appliances—the benefits include increased agility, flexibility, and on-demand access.Software as a Service (SaaS)
SaaS lets users access and utilize third-party applications, such as email and collaboration tools, that run on a provider-managed Cloud infrastructure. In this model, the service provider is responsible for managing applications, operating systems, and hardware components.Platform as a Service (PaaS)
PaaS makes it easy to deploy applications without the cost and complexity of buying or managing hardware and software. The applications are set up on a provider-managed and maintained Cloud infrastructure. The benefits of this model include increased productivity, faster time-to-deployment, no upfront capital expenditures, plus increased flexibility and agility.