When we move it to the cloud , the first thing we need to understand is your enterprise ready for cloud shift? This is especially needed for your migration project . Our architecture team will assess your existing system and chalk out pros and cons for the cloud movement. We will also identify and document what will be the best public cloud considering your application nature, growth , expansion and ROI . After completion of the architecture assessment we will come with a document with our finding and recommendations . Architecture assessment will vary from 1 week to 4 weeks based on the complexity of the system.
Cloud assessment service is designed to provide you with the data you need to determine which applications and infrastructure can, and should be moved to the cloud. Our proven methodology will provide you with the proper data and cost analysis to configure the optimum cloud configurations, cloud providers, and costs to allow you to make informed decisions on your migration strategy, and understand your cloud Total Cost of Ownership.
Cloud strategy is first and foremost about defining your motivations and goals for adopting cloud. Most enterprises identify two or three of these needs as their primary goals. Once you have identified your goals for adopting a cloud strategy, then you can focus on your requirements.
- Based on our assessment the cloud strategy is formulated according to our need– Lift and Shift, Re-Factor, Re-Architect, and so on. Based on this we help our client accelerate their cloud adoption journey.
- Cloud Readiness Analysis Cloud Compatibility Cloud Comparison Application
- Re-Architecture/Re-Deployment Scenarios Business Case for Cloud Migration to Cloud
- Apart from the above we are following certain Cloud strategies which are considered to be implemented in order to achieve higher efficiency at the same time maintaining a cost efficient implementation.
Before we start to design application architecture for the cloud, we need to consider the main common quality attributes of the cloud: When designing applications for the cloud, irrespective of the chosen platform, We have often found it useful to consider four specific topics during our initial discussions; scalability, availability, manageability and feasibility. The main aim for us should be to produce an initial high-level design and architecture. This is achieved by considering these four key elements holistically within the domain of the customers project requirements, always remembering to consider the side-effects and trade-offs of any design decision (i.e. what we gain vs. what we lose, or what we make more difficult).