Cloud Migration

Seasoned cloud engineers and managed services specialists assist you in crafting transition blueprints, defining the scope of migration, and confirming the suitability of infrastructure for your applications and data, all while ensuring zero downtime

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Cloud Migrations & Expert Consulting

Ensure you’ve considered every angle in your cloud migration strategy, from the initial asset identification and usage patterns to SLA assurances and compliance checks. Undertake this journey with the assurance that you’re not alone, thereby minimizing risks of downtime or data loss. Your team gains the advantage of seasoned cloud engineers with a wealth of prior experience.

Exodata can lead you through a seamless migration process that guarantees minimal disruptions, swift transition timelines, and broad compatibility across an array of operating systems, hypervisors, and cloud platforms.

Steps for Cloud Transition

  • Pre-configure all data in the new server landscape before initiating the data cutover.
  • Make certain that all formats are adaptable and can transition during the migration process without affecting users.
  • Minimize risk and vulnerabilities with integrated backup options. We retain the existing system in operation until we are certain that the new system has successfully taken over, with pre-emptive testing conducted.
  • Post-migration verification—both systems are operated in parallel for a certain duration to affirm that operations are seamless. If discrepancies arise, we implement a fallback plan.

Migration Use Cases

Exodata’s cloud migration frameworks and techniques are versatile, accommodating various operating systems like Windows, Linux, and IBM Power Systems. They also support migrations across diverse cloud computing platforms.

  • Transferring physical servers to a cloud-based setting for either establishing a new production environment or for disaster recovery contingency plans.
  • Operating cloud servers in a hybrid cloud structure that integrates an enterprise’s private cloud with a public cloud service for purposes such as disaster recovery or cloud infrastructure extension.
  • Migrating physical servers to cloud servers for scenarios including server upgrades or disaster recovery objectives.