Cloud architecture can be inherently complex, involving a range of processes that your internal IT staff may not have bandwidth or knowledge to deliver successfully. From the initial stages of gathering requirements from an architectural and business perspective, through to developing a roadmap of cloud adoption and lastly, migrating your workloads to public, private or a hybrid cloud solution, Interscale’s cloud architects and engineers can assist you with your journey.
Contact Interscale today to learn how we can help with your ascent to the cloud and leverage efficiencies of scale you never thought possible.
Interscale has developed a Backup and Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service solution, enabling customers to outsource the continuity of their business to us, for a fixed-price per month. Leveraging best-of-breed vendor solutions, coupled with our 24/7 Network Operations Centre to monitor and react to any disaster event, we’ll be by your side to help you get back up and running.
Once you have a clear roadmap for cloud adoption, you will need a partner to help you navigate the path that lay ahead. Interscale can be your trusted advisor for migrating traditional on-prem infrastructure and applications to the cloud, helping you determine a strategy for testing and proof of concept, then implementing production environments and transitioning your highest-priority workloads first to improve the agility for the organisation.
Every organisation’s business requirements are different and as such, the value derived from any potential cloud transition will vary greatly. We’ve developed a cloud readiness assessment framework to identify each organisations’ readiness for adopting cloud technologies. The first step of any journey is often the hardest, but having a plan for “what, when and how” will take away much of the concern and fear with respect to cloud.
Interscale has experience with leading Public Cloud services such as AWS, Google, Azure and Office 365, so we’re well positioned to assist you with developing and implementing a hybrid cloud approach. Cloud adoption should be considered against the risk appetite for the business, so often, a measured approach for transitioning basic services such as productivity and email can be a great litmus test for broader migration.