Cloud Migration and Digital Transformation Services

Personalized Solutions for Complex Cloud Migration and Digital Transformation Challenges – For Any Use Case.


What is Cloud Migration?

Cloud migration refers to the process of moving data, applications, and other business elements from an organization's on-premises computers or infrastructure to the cloud, or from one cloud environment to another. This can be a migration from an on-site data center to a public cloud, or from one cloud provider to another.

Technologies We Use

Google Cloud
Amazon AWS Cloud
Microsoft Azure
Digital Ocean
Digital Ocean
Oracle Cloud

Benefits of Successful Migration to the Cloud

  • Simplify the scaling of your business operations

  • Scale your products and services with a click of a button

Decrease Operational Cost
  • Only pay for resources you use

  • No need to invest in hardware that might be underutilized

  • Significantly lower maintenance and upgrade costs

Increased Revenue
  • Quickly onboard new customers

  • Fast delivery of new products and services to your customers

  • Focus on core business, not on technical challenges

Reliability and uptime
  • 24/7 availability of your services

  • Let cloud professionals handle your uptime and reliability

How We Do

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

2. Design and prepare

Select a cloud provider and set up a test environment.

3. Data migration

Choose a data transfer method and synchronize data.

4. Application and Workload Migration

Adjust apps for the cloud and migrate them.

5. Validate

Test and optimize the migrated elements.

6. Cut over and Go live

Adjust apps for the cloud and migrate them.

7. Optimize

Manage costs and improve performance over time.

8. Decommission

Retire the old infrastructure after successful migration.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.


What is an industry example of why the cloud is beneficial
Open Question

If your business is experiencing rapid growth and you're finding it increasingly challenging to scale your IT infrastructure, cloud migration is something worth considering. For instance, if you're an e-commerce business experiencing fluctuating traffic, especially during peak seasons, the scalability of cloud services ensures you can handle the surge without investing in physical hardware and additional manpower.

When I shouldn’t migrate to the cloud?
Open Question

Your infrastructure is cost-effective and easy to maintain.
You aren’t expanding and scaling your infrastructure often.
You have internal operations team that covers all your needs with your existing infrastructure.
You provide services locally, and you don’t have a need for global presence.
You have strict regulatory compliance regarding data residency.

How to choose the right cloud
Open Question

This greatly depends on your requirements and you should consult with experts to make the right decision. But here are a few strengths of each major cloud
AWS → extensive service offerings and strong enterprise focus
Azure → integration with Microsoft products and great hybrid solutions support.
GCP → big data analytics and Kubernetes.

How to choose the right company for migration?
Open Question

Look for companies with proven expertise and a track record in cloud migrations.
Our recommendation would be to look at the case studies, and if the company has done a migration that is in line with your case, that’s probably a company worth considering for you.
Seek recommendations or read reviews to gauge their reputation and customer satisfaction.

How to measure the final results? Are there any KPIs?
Open Question

Sure! KPIs allow us to make the final results tangible and measurable. Efficiency metrics must be calculated and determined before migration and tracked on a regular basis. That's why we determine 2 types of KPIs: migration KPIs and post-migration KPIs.

Here are some basic efficiency metrics of cloud migration:
Duration - how long does each phase of migration take?
Cost - what is the final price of cloud migration (including direct and indirect costs)?

Post-migration KPIs:
Availability - complex parameter that represents the overall system availability (e.g. 99.999 %).
Reliability - system's ability to perform at a certain level (e.g. website response < 4 sec) under the load.
Scalability - system ability to efficiently scale up and down and out.
Cost - Infrastructure cost and trends. Average cost per customer.
Security - Number of vulnerabilities found, attacks mitigate

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