Cloud Migration, Simplified

Moving all your systems to the cloud can be complicated, expensive, and ultimately do more harm than good to your business.

With a hybrid cloud, you have the security of an onsite data center with the flexibility of the cloud. This allows you to seamlessly scale your storage with users to provide a premium experience.

Migrate your Data Center to the Cloud

Ten years ago, when someone said the word, “Cloud” the only thing that came to mind was the puffy white cotton balls in the sky. Nowadays, when you hear that very same word, a very different image appears in the mind. The idea of a cloud has gone from cumulus to electronic, capturing every CIO and IT director’s attention. With the promise of organizational transformation, the technology-oriented cloud has become a huge enterprise revolution. Fortune 500 companies utilize multiple clouds, but it can be much harder for small and medium business owners to find the right cloud solution. That is where the notion of a hybrid cloud comes into your data center strategy.

 Tech

People

Processes

The goal is to distinguish whether you will utilize the cloud. As a result, we can engineer an environment that’s tailored to your data center strategy.

Moving to the cloud is as much about technology as it is people. Adoption isn’t based purely on technical change; adjusting roles among your team to improve your environment is key.

Your processes need to have the agility to withstand the changes without ensuing chaos. Knowing your systems allows us to build a solid roadmap for migrating the best workloads and processes to the cloud.

WHAT IS A HYBRID CLOUD?

Organizations across the world have begun playing around with cloud computing options. The idea of a hybrid cloud is remarkable because it combines the best aspects of private and public cloud space to meet the needs of businesses as well as the public. Hybrid cloud infrastructure gives ample amounts of control and security, similar to that which you could find in a standard private cloud, without sacrificing flexibility and financial stability. It is an amazing solution that enables companies to enjoy the cost savings, increased security, enhanced accessibility, and unparalleled flexibility of this new technology.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING HYBRID CLOUD TECHNOLOGY?

Businesses often do not possess the resources necessary for building an entire infrastructure from scratch. Especially not one that is capable of processing occasional and semi-regular bursts of usage with no predictable pattern. That would cost a great deal of money, and many businesses would never see a return on their investment. With a hybrid cloud, however, businesses can leverage the information that the infrastructure would collect and pay only when they need to utilize the services. This means that companies get high-quality security, improvement in overall company organizational abilities, and a dramatic increase in performance and production without blowing the budget on infrastructure costs. Business happens 24-7, and having a hybrid cloud enables competitive functionality without hindering overall fiscal status.

WHY extensile HYBRID CLOUD?

Often times, making the full leap into public cloud storage doesn’t make sense. For a small/medium business, data center strategy revolves around setup time and cost. By implementing a hybrid cloud solution, you can push non-used applications to the cloud. Meanwhile, programs that are constantly running can be closely watched on your physical servers. This data center strategy allows a manageable migration which can be done at whatever pace makes sense.

 

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