Migrating to the cloud
Assisting customers on their journey
Cloud computing is probably the most significant trend in IT in the last years. Cloud technology is ubiquitous and it's adaptation will make the difference between success and failure for companies and entire industires. Adopting cloud technology brings multiple benefits: companies can focus more on their business objectives and reduce time to market and increase agility.
But cloud technology is not the solution to every problem. Besides the radical change in deployment and operation methods, there are significant legal and regulatory implications that must be considered.
Between moving entirely to the cloud and staying on the classical and proven architecture there are many hybrid scenarios. We help our customers to identify the optimal cloud use case for their workload and their data volumes and to implement it with the technology and provider of choice.
All infrastructure layers are managed in-house. Customers host services using their own equipment.
Provider manages the former "iron" layer. Customers create and manage virtual machines which are preconfigured and deploy computing power in less time and without the complexity.
Provider manages also operating system and application runtime. Customers write their code and test it – instead of worrying about the tasks involved with managing the system that they’re doing it on.
Provider manages the complete stack. Customers use software that they never have to worry about fixing or maintaining. Your data is backed up and updates happen automatically. It’s all off-site so you don’t have to worry about how it all works.
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Our goal is to provide the best solution to get maximum customers satisfaction.