We will help you build a plan to migrate your workloads to the public cloud. Considering a variety of factors such as latency, choice of technology stack, regulatory environment, etc., we will help you select the cloud platform that best works for your firm.
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a software-defined, unified system that combines all the elements of a traditional data center: storage, compute, networking, and management. This saves customers cost and simplifies the infrastructure.
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Cloud environments tend to be very complicated with multiple touch points that can escalate costs. We help you figure out how to get the most of your computing environment while making sure that you pay as little as possible, as prudence dictates. We help you ensure that your ROI on cloud assets remains high.
Hybrid cloud refers to a mixed computing, storage, and services environment made up of on-premises infrastructure, private cloud services, and a public cloud—such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure—with orchestration among the various platforms. Using a combination of public clouds, on-premises computing, and private clouds in your data center means that you have a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
A disaster recovery plan is a set of tools and procedures that an organization uses to recover from a major disruption to its IT assets. Disaster recovery planning can use a variety of tools depending upon the organization’s existing assets and recovery goals. In disaster recovery planning, the “disaster” can be any event that interrupts access to data, apps, or systems. This can include power outages, data storage corruption, DDoS attacks, natural disasters that sever server connections—anything and everything that disrupts IT workflows. The goal is to overcome the data access disaster and restore normal operations.