Cloud infrastructure brings a unique set of challenges and opportunities and we must think differently to make best use of it. Data centre best practice becomes largely irrelevant when it comes to Cloud where there are new opportunities to be grasped and pitfalls to avoid.
Transformation Not Migration
Simply migrating to Cloud in a “lift and drop” approach is an expensive mistake, however transforming your infrastructure as part of a specialist Cloud adoption programme can bring a wealth of agility and business continuity with it, whilst driving down total cost of ownership.
Amazon Web Services
Industry leader AWS has a wealth of tools, processes and approaches that can be used in a variety of configurations. We have the experience of launching enterprise applications and architecture, the delivery of true hyper-scale deployments and much more using AWS Cloud.
Azure is a major contender for both Microsoft and non-Microsoft houses. Take up is growing rapidly and Azure provides a strong focus on enterprise integration and control. We have the in-depth experience to ensure the best business outcome for your Azure implementation.
Private & Hybrid
When you need a mix of both private and public Cloud, we help simplify management and deployment through our in-house tooling and approaches, making true ‘deploy anywhere’ approaches possible, whilst keeping the interface simple for engineers to learn and use.
It makes sense from a resilience point of view to have a multi-Cloud strategy so that you don’t become overly reliant on, or locked-into, any single cloud provider. We can help you ensure transparent load balancing and changeover between different cloud providers.
When it comes to microservices, containers represent the best way to reduce costs and drive rapid service delivery. Building your applications on Docker, Kubernetes or OpenShift is a great starting point, especially when this is implemented as a part of a CI/CD pipeline.
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