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Move to Cloud & Optimize your Costs

Transitioning your applications, data, workloads, and infrastructure to cloud is a process that requires careful consideration.

To successfully migrate your business to the cloud requires thorough analysis and documentation to make sure your business is moving for the right reasons and will achieve tangible business results.

If you require help to create a plan, assess your technology, migrate to cloud, optimize for speed and reduce costs, we have the solution you’re looking for.

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Our Approach
to Cloud Migration

Assess & Prioritize

Assess your current state of environment, overall business readiness and capabilities of migrating to the Cloud.

Landing Zone

Customize your environment with standard best practices, policies and guidelines to configure a best fit cloud.

Well Architected Cloud

Architect best practice across design and operational frameworks allowing for an efficient and cost-effective cloud.

Application Migration

Re-platform or refactor applications by leveraging repeatable processes & IP to allow for a risk-free migration of services to the Cloud.

Cloud Native App Development

Innovate on cloud native services such as Kubernetes, Machine Learning and AI to accelerate your digital transformation.

Well Architected Management

Let us use our expertise & experience to manage your well architected cloud, allowing you to focus on what you do best; to run your business.

Custom Application Development

Work with a Dedicated
Development team

The COVID-19-caused crisis is compelling businesses to relook at their cloud strategy afresh from the risk mitigation and business continuity standpoint.    

The new normal requires your employees and customers to securely access enterprise data and applications irrespective of their physical location. The outbreak has created an instant need for IT resources that ensure operational continuity amid these conditions, which can only be provided by cloud platforms. 

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Perhaps some FAQs

What Cloud Computing Services Do You Provide?

This is a great first question for quickly weeding out a number of providers from your list. After all, if they don’t provide the cloud services you need, they won’t be a good fit.

For example, if you want an end-to-end SaaS business management suite, and a service provider doesn’t offer that, you can stop asking your questions and remove them from this list.

Where Is Our Data Stored?

You want to make sure that your data is being held in an up-to-date data center. This will help insure both reliability and performance as you access services.

It’s a bonus when the provider has a fall-back data center or two. That way, if there’s a problem at the primary data center (i.e. earthquake, flood, power loss), your services will fail over to a secondary data center with little to no interruption on your end.

How Secure Is Our Data?

Security is always important, especially when it comes to safeguarding customer data. Ask your provider about:

  • Their security policies and practices;
  • The size and experience of their security team; and
  • Past breaches and issues.
How Easy Is It to Manage My Services?

Most small businesses have small IT teams — if they have them at all. Therefore, being able to easily manage their hosted services is an important factor in selecting a provider.

Many providers offer consolidated services management functionality and that goes a long way toward helping a small business do more with less.

How Flexible Are My Services?

One of the big advantages of cloud computing is the ability to add capacity and services as they’re needed, and remove them when they are no longer being used. This “flexible consumption” license model will save your small business money by enabling it to run short-term projects without having to permanently purchase hardware and software licenses.

Make sure your cloud provider offers flexible consumption. If you don’t need it now, you likely will be glad to have it in the future.

Do You Perform Regular Backups and How Fast Can You Perform a Restore when Needed?

Backup and restore is a critical cloud computing functionality. If your data gets deleted, corrupted, or even becomes a victim of ransomware, the best solution is to restore a recent backup.

Timing is important here as the older the backup, the more data you end up losing when it’s restored. Ask potential providers if they provide hot backups, ones that run regularly during the day. That way, you’ll only miss an hour or two of data when you perform a restore.

Also ask how long it takes to have a restore done. You don’t want to wait days to be back in business.