Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) Cloud consulting experts from GAVS help clients to overcome key challenges for successful Cloud adoption:
- Define Cloud Strategy for the Enterprise that align with their goals and vision
- Identify the right choice of Cloud offering, based on the business needs, IT goals and cost benefits
- Availability of skilled resources to implement the Cloud Strategy
- Managing the Cloud Solutions being deployed in the Enterprise
GAVS Cloud Enablement for a scalable Cloud IaaS and PaaS Cloud services includes addressing the following steps in the migration framework:
- Strategy – Define the cloud migration strategy that involves performing a cloud fit analysis of the applications that are to be moved to the cloud. This process includes collecting data about the applications that will be migrated, feasibility study of moving those applications to the cloud and their associated benefits.
- Analysis and Planning – This includes review of the architectural designs of the applications that are to be migrated to cloud and any constraints associated with the application migration. The key output of this activity include a cost benefit analysis of the migration, detailed migration plan and associated schedule.
- Design, Development and Integration – This stage executes the required design, development and integration changes to the applications to ensure they run smoothly in the cloud. The output of this step include architectural artifacts, design documents, project plans, test plans and deployment plans.
- Migration and Deployment – This involves using the appropriate deployment model for the application including private cloud, managed private cloud, hosted private cloud or a public cloud.
- On time access to any application on any device across the organization
- Streamlines business operations
- Reduced dependency on in-house IT teams
- Decreases IT overheads of any organization by minimizing spends on cumbersome maintenance and troubleshooting activities
- Reduces business downtimes
- Improves core focus on the business rather than managing IT assets
- Helps in implementing a robust business continuity
- Provide more features inherently present in cloud architectures including scalability, reliability, resiliency, and security