Cloud Assessment

– Cloud Readiness Assessment

– Cloud Migration Strategy and Tactics

– Cloud Optimization Assessment

– Application Discovery and Dependency Analysis

– Total Cost Assessment

– Cost Comparison Report


Cloud Migration

– Serverless, Hybrid-serverless, Multi cloud architecture

– Low cost model

– High available and scalable models

– Cloud native capabilities

– Roadmap & POC

– Operational Support

Cloud Optimization

– Impact assessment report

– Serverless, Hybrid-serverless, Multi cloud architecture

– Scalable DevOps to reduce cost on deployment & maintenance

– Automation & reuse

Cloud Operations

– Deliver cloud services and/or infrastructure

– Optimize performance and capacity

– Ensure proper resource management regardless of the platform used or infrastructure location

– Meet service level agreements

Cloud Management

– Maintain compliance and configuration

– Automate service, change management and chargeback

– Maintain transparency and proper metering

– Ensure proper disaster recovery and mitigation

CLOUD security

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cloud solutions

For an organization to achieve agile and cost-effective functionality, it is imperative to have a unified infrastructure system that is built on effective communication technologies. Big contributing factors towards communication are cloud-based, automated models, that are designed to provide low cost IT resources through a single platform; that allows a shift in focus from large scale infrastructural needs and allocates more resources towards service oriented functions.

Why Invest in Cloud?

Cloud Computing also offers its users major advantages, in terms of return of capital and conservation of internal IT resources. Cost-effectiveness is definitely one of the great benefits of Cloud Computing for businesses.


Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a service involves a method for delivering everything from operating systems to servers and storage through IP-based connectivity as part of an on-demand service.



SaaS involves the licensure of a software application to customers. Licenses are typically provided through a pay-as-you-go model or on-demand.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

PaaS shares some similarities with SaaS, the primary difference being that instead of delivering software online, it is actually a platform for creating software that is delivered via the internet.



DaaS is a form of virtual desktop infrastructure(VDI) in which the VDI is outsourced and handled by a third party, OS  run inside virtual machines on servers.

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