Welcome to GIS on CLOUD

An unlimited opportunity for you to explore our Services in pay as you go model, wherein you can use the readymade pre-installed opensource software packages for all your GIS needs. It is customized by our technical experts & engineers, project architects of GIS Community. Our team of Geospatial experts extend complete comprehensive training for the Geospatial Open software’s along with project designing, consultancy and guidance with detailed training material notes.

We also provide consulting and mentoring in specialized domain with pool of experts for individuals, Institutions s and organization who are keen to upskill their expertise in the domain. Cloud infrastructures support environmental proactivity, powering virtual services rather than physical products and hardware, it allows to access from anywhere, anytime with an internet connection.

About Terra

Terra is a name of the gateway for the pool of latest opensource geospatial software products  having customized training material, training data sets along with questionnaire model papers, journals, case studies and publications available across the globe and keep on updating on timely basis  based on the requirements of the need, and all this is possible through a gateway which can be accessible  through internet protocol provided by the company upon enrollment . Although all your spatial Labs needs fulfilling using cloud infrastructure at an affordable price with a flexibility, high security, and productivity. In other words, a virtual spatial lab with bundle of multi facilities. Further to this will also assist students for their project assistance and guidance with an email or telephonic support.

Architecture of Terra

Although there are several variations on the definition of cloud computing, some basic tenets characterize this emerging environment. Cloud computing furnishes technological capabilities—commonly maintained off premises—that are delivered on demand as a service via standard Internet protocols. For public cloud services, since a third party provides access to the applications and infrastructure, consumers of public cloud services do not own the assets in this cloud model but instead pay for them on a per-use basis. In essence, they are renting the physical infrastructure and applications within a shared architecture. Cloud offerings can range from data storage to end-user web applications to other focused computing services.

GIS on Cloud: Knowledge Preloaded

  • Pre-installed softwares

  • Training data sets

  • Training materials

  • Case studies

  • Market Place

  • Cost savings

  • Flexibility

  • Security

  • Iaas ( Infrastructure as a Service )

  • Server always up

  • Productivity anywhere

  • No Infrastructure maintenance

  • Automatic Software Updates

Cloud Benefits and Advantages

Cost Savings

If you are worried about the price tag of the commercial software’s than its time to switch over to cloud. Once you’re on the cloud, easy access to your available software’s and the relevant data along with information  will save time and money in your ongoing  projects.

Security

As many organizations have security concerns about their software’s soft key licensing and managing hard lock keys and also now worries of often system formats and more importantly prevent from cybercrimes

Flexibility

Your spatial labs has only a finite amount of time to focus all of its responsibilities. This improved freedom and flexibility can make a significant difference to the overall efficiency of your spatial lab.

Mobility

Cloud computing allows mobile access to corporate data via smartphones and devices, which, considering over 2.6 billion smartphones are being used globally today, is a great way to ensure that no one is ever left out of the loop. Staff with busy schedules, or who live a long way away from the corporate office, can use this feature to keep instantly up to date with clients and co-worker. Through the cloud, you can offer conveniently accessible information to sales staff who travel, freelance employees, or remote employees, for better work-life balance. Therefore, it’s not surprising to see that organizations with employee satisfaction listed as a priority are up to 24% more likely to expand cloud usage.

Insight

As we move ever further into the digital age, it’s becoming clearer and clearer that the old adage “knowledge is power” has taken on the more modern and accurate form: “Data is money.” Hidden within the millions of bits of data that surround your customer transactions and business process are nuggets of invaluable, actionable information just waiting to be identified and acted upon. Of course, sifting through that data to find these kernels can be very difficult, unless you have access to the right cloud-computing solution.
Many cloud-based storage solutions offer integrated cloud analytics for a bird’s-eye view of your data. With your information stored in the cloud, you can easily implement tracking mechanisms and build customized reports to analyze information organization wide. From those insights, you can increase efficiencies and build action plans to meet organizational goals.

Increased Collaboration

If your business has two employees or more, then you should be making collaboration a top priority. After all, there isn’t much point to having a team if it is unable to work like a team. Cloud computing makes collaboration a simple process. Team members can view and share information easily and securely across a cloud-based platform. Some cloud-based services even provide collaborative social spaces to connect employees across your organization, therefore increasing interest and engagement. Collaboration may be possible without a cloud-computing solution, but it will never be as easy, nor as effective.

Quality Control

There are few things as detrimental to the success of a business as poor quality and inconsistent reporting. In a cloud-based system, all documents are stored in one place and in a single format. With everyone accessing the same information, you can maintain consistency in data, avoid human error, and have a clear record of any revisions or updates. Conversely, managing information in silos can lead to employees accidentally saving different versions of documents, which leads to confusion and diluted data.

Disaster Recovery

One of the factors that contributes to the success of a business is control. Unfortunately, no matter how in control your organization may be when it comes to its own processes, there will always be things that are completely out of your control, and in today’s market, even a small amount of unproductive downtime can have a resoundingly negative effect. Downtime in your services leads to lost productivity, revenue, and brand reputation.

Loss Prevention

If your organization isn’t investing in a cloud-computing solution, then all of your valuable data is inseparably tied to the office computers it resides in. This may not seem like a problem, but the reality is that if your local hardware experiences a problem, you might end up permanently losing your data. This is a more common problem than you might realize computers can malfunction for many reasons, from viral infections, to age-related hardware deterioration, to simple user error. If you aren’t on the cloud, you’re at risk of losing all the information you had saved locally. With a cloud-based server, however, all the information you’ve uploaded to the cloud remains safe and easily accessible from any computer with an internet connection, even if the computer you regularly use isn’t working.

Automatic Software Updates

For those who have a lot to get done, there isn’t anything more irritating than having to wait for system updates to be installed. Cloud-based applications automatically refresh and update themselves, instead of forcing an IT department to perform a manual organization wide update. This saves valuable IT staff time and money spent on outside IT consultation.

Competitive Edge

While cloud computing is increasing in popularity, there are still those who prefer to keep everything local. That’s their choice, but doing so places them at a distinct disadvantage when competing with those who have the benefits of the cloud at their fingertips. If you implement a cloud-based solution before your competitors, you’ll be further along the learning curve by the time they catch up. A recent Verizon study showed that 77% of businesses feel cloud technology gives them a competitive advantage, and 16% believe this advantage is significant.

Sustainability

Given the current state of the environment, it’s no longer enough for organizations to place a recycling bin in the breakroom and claim that they’re doing their part to help the planet. Real sustainability requires solutions that address wastefulness at every level of a business. Hosting on the cloud is more environmentally friendly and results in less of a carbon footprint.

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