G-Cloud 11 is a Crown Commercial Service agreement for the supply of specific cloud computing services to UK public sector organisations.
G-Cloud 11 (framework RM1557.11) runs until 1 July 2020, replacing the G-Cloud 10 agreement.
G-Cloud 11 encompasses the provision of the following cloud services:
Lot 1 - Cloud Hosting, which covers Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) services that can help you deploy, manage and run software and/or provision and use processing, storage or network resources
- Lot 2 - Cloud Software, which covers Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, usually accessed over the internet or private network and hosted in the cloud
- Lot 3 - Cloud Support, which refers to support and management services to set up and maintain cloud software or hosting services.
Under the G-Cloud 11 agreement Total Computers can supply a specific set of Cloud Hosting (Lot 1), Software (Lot 2) and Support (Lot 3) services to UK public sector organisations.
- Azure – 48 specialised components, in accordance with the Microsoft framework, ranging from API management to VPN gateway
- Citrix on Azure
- Container Instances
- Microsoft Azure Managed services
- Modern Managed Workspace
- SQL Server on virtual machines
- Storage Accounts.
- Dynamics 365 for Sales
- Enterprise Mobility + Security E3
- Windows 10 Enterprise E3 Suite.
- Office 365 Support Services
- Cloud Backup and Recovery.