You have the choice: Decide if you want to use K2 Could, K2 Five or the K2Europe Platform as a Service (PaaS). For K2 Five you can also choose between installation on premises or in the cloud. We will briefly introduce you to the forms of deployment below and explain the differences.
Cloud service managed by K2
Managed by K2: K2 handles daily operations, security, updates, and upgrades. Focus on building great applications and improving process automation within your business, not keeping your server lights on.
High Scalability: Our fully scalable solution meets the needs of your business as you grow.
Safety & Security: K2’s cloud service retains world-class industry standards, including ISO 27001 certification, in addition to certifications provided by our cloud provider infrastructure provider (Azure).
Rapid Provisioning: Get up and running so you can build your applications immediately — without having to provide new infrastructure for the environment.
K2 Platform as a Service by K2 Europe
PaaS managed by K2 Europe
Administration by K2: K2 Europe Managed Services takes over the daily routine and is responsible for the security as well as K2 updates and upgrades with its Azure client. You can fully concentrate on building applications and optimizing your business processes.
Choose your scalability: Whatever your needs are, Disaster Recovery is included and high performance and high availability can be combined.
Safe and reliable with Azure: K2 Europe PaaS will be hosted in the nearest Azure data center and will be subject to Microsoft SLAs.
Adapt to any need: Design the work environments you want to operate with K2 Europe PaaS. Our solution can be adapted flexibly.
On premises or private cloud
Highly Scalable: With support for load balancing and failover, K2 Five is architected to scale as your needs grow.
Keep Control: Manage K2 servers in your datacenter to maintain control in highly regulated industries.
“We’ve essentially used K2 to automate decision making. Our business, end-to-end, is run on K2, and the number of issues we have when it comes to these processes is practically zero.”
GARY COCKER, HEAD OF PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, FMG SUPPORT