Data Center Migration Assessment

Carefully consider the implications on IT, business & governance when moving to the cloud

For companies who are considering moving their data center to the cloud, but wonder if the cloud is ready for them.

Discover how to get started, what the added value is for your company and what a migration would look like
Governance: If I move (parts of) my IT environment to the cloud, what will be the impact on my IT and organization?
Selecting the best cloud option, aligned with your business activities

Value Proposition

  1. Technical assessment: We use automated tools to scan existing environments and determine what is there and how everything is connected. Afterwards, a code inspection is performed to determine how certain applications could be moved to the cloud and according to which model. Sometimes, we’ll need to upgrade applications to a newer version to make cloud migration possible. During this entire assessment process, we’re continuously looking for optimization opportunities. We then discuss our findings with the client and provide a cost and timing estimation for each scenario.
  2. Governance assessment: One of the effects of moving to the cloud is the elimination of traditional silos. Certain responsibilities may overlap, which can cause confusion. Companies should reorganize themselves and need to reconsider roles and responsibilities. Based on our research, we develop a ‘governance runbook’, that contains all the rules and agreements needed to keep the organization running smoothly.

Features

Assessing the impact of data center migration on IT, business and governance.

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Data Center

Starting at 8k

Limited to 30 mandays (per year)

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Tom Vandewinckele

During his first two years at delaware, Tom gained experience with IT infrastructure models, architectures and implementations. His primary activities involved performing IT studies, working on Azure projects and assisting with presales work. Thanks to these activities, Tom has thorough knowledge of Microsoft Azure services. Since then, Tom’s focus shifted towards Azure PaaS and DevOps, as he assisted development teams in building modern applications.

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