Migrate mission-critical business applications to the cloud
Aerizo’s high-tech practice helps SMBs and Enterprises adopt cloud computing. The analysis, design, development and production processes are migrated to private, public and hybrid cloud environments through resource intensive frameworks and technical workflows.
On-demand access to computational and storage services enables the handling and processing of massive data volumes and complex workloads by maximizing productivity. This also helps several design teams to work together to analyze, assemble, synthesize and place-and-route builds. Cloud makes CRM, ERP, digital architecture and artificial intelligence applications a significant subscription-based use.
Cloud-hosted platforms make it easier for businesses to implement generative programming techniques, digital development technologies such as 3D printing, machine learning and deep learning big data engines. It encourages “digital twinning” in order to detect bottlenecks, avoid delays and increase the quality of the operation.
Aerizo cloud managed services span provisioning of:
- Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
- Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)
- Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
- Enterprise-as-a-Service (EaaS)
- Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)
- Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS).
Our cloud solutions streamline investment in IT technology while enabling parallel design workflows.
Stalled in Cloud?
Many organizations encounter unexpected obstacles when it comes to implementing Cloud Infrastructure. This encompasses operating charges, hassle for server administrators and a shortage of internal expertise.
It is more difficult than people believe to migrate enterprise data and handle cloud workloads. While IT leaders are forging ahead, our Cloud readiness study indicates that many face a number of key issues.
Getting Cloud Strategy on Track
It might seem counter intuitive. Instead of starting with testing and development, successful IT leaders are migrating workloads that are strategic to their business. To achieve so, the majority are investing in workforce training and almost half are using support from third parties to fill the gaps.
Practical knowledge can create a difference and can be driven by the right partner. It lets you grasp cloud infrastructure operational considerations and offers the foundation for future success.
How IT leaders move forward in the cloud
76% have hired additional full-time resources
60% take part in formal training
49% are using managed service providers
Frequently Asked Question
What are the true costs of migrating to the cloud?
Sixty-four percent of IT leaders consider cost reduction as a primary factor, but 57 per cent report increasing their cloud budgets after it has migrated – some by as much as 50 percent.
You need a thorough understanding of your workloads, licensing, dependencies on server, storage and networking resources in order to understand cloud costs and to avoid surprises.
How do we create a cloud strategy or roadmap?
Developing a roadmap on what will move and when can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, many companies make mistaken assumptions that haunt them again.
Often companies treat their cloud projects such as moving servers or infrastructure between locations. The reality is that apps working on-premise do not work automatically in the cloud or at all. So, the understanding of the application dependencies is mandatory.
How do I ensure my applications are secure in the cloud?
Although Microsoft and AWS provide exceptional security, it is necessary to realize that your own protection commitments aren’t completely covered by the cloud.
We help you to get familiar with the shared responsibilities between you and your cloud provider. What security responsibilities are excluded from you and given to you depend on the provider and type of service (IaaS, PaaS).