Some companies still run their servers on premises, even if their size and the type of usage doesn't justify it. Many other companies already use Virtual Servers, but nothing else from the wide range of Cloud tooling.
Mostly they are aware that they should've moved already, and the reason they're staying with their legacy IT Infrastructure is that the risk seems too big.
In many cases companies already have a business use-case, are armed with a strong management and technical staff. In fact, they have almost everything that makes them capable of moving to the cloud.
What's often missing is someone with a battlefield cloud experience that can help guiding the company during their move.
What we often do to support such operations, is to take over one or more of the following responsibilities:
Other than the expected and planned benefits, moving to the cloud often brings the following "unexpected" improvements to the table:
We've been in official partnership with Datadog since March 2020.
Datadog is a versatile monitoring platform and we use it to:
We've been in official partnership with Digital Ocean since October 2019.
Digital Ocean is a similar IaaS provider like AWS, Azure or Google Cloud. What makes them special is that their system is very easy to understand and use. Digital Ocean is a perfect choice for cloud newbies.
Digital Ocean is oriented towards developers, and in general it has a very low entry barrier compared to other providers.
Every organization has unique needs and we always have to listen and understand first, what is the exact problem we want to solve.
As the result, we'll have a tailored suggestion for the particular business.
Other than the offerings of our main partners, we also have daily experience with the following technologies: