Cloud Migrations

Cloud Migrations

Diriga’s Managed Cloud Services

Allow Diriga Technologies to provide you with a plan to move your business to the Cloud. Diriga’s cloud solutions gives you secure access to your files and applications on any internet connected device, regardless of where you are located. With Diriga migrating you to the cloud, your company can boost efficiency, increases flexibility and mobility for users, and eliminate most recovery issues in Disaster Recovery scenarios.

 

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Discovery

To start, Diriga gets to know your environment, the architecture of your applications, what’s driving your move to cloud, the business goals we need to meet, and the key players so we can build a cloud migration that’s right for your business.

Assessment

Diriga’s cloud migration assessment looks at your current workloads, server configurations (virtual/physical), network architecture, security concerns, and compliance requirements. Then we document all your system details, down to the different interdependencies that exist in each application.

Build

Using everything we’ve learned about your business, we’ll build out a custom cloud migration plan based on your applications, databases, storage, network topology, and servers.

Execute

This is where the cloud migration planning sets into motion. Diriga will migrate you into the new environment, but we don’t stop there. Once the initial deployment is operational, cloud migration testing begins. We watch closely to get a good feel for how the new environment handles the load to make sure everything runs smoothly

Cloud Migration Features

MINIMAL DOWNTIME

In most cases, the transition can be performed in minutes.

CLEAN DEPLOYMENT

Controls eliminate or greatly minimize any unforeseen issues during cutover.

COST SAVINGS

No penalties for missed migrations, such as missing hardware return deadlines.

WIDE COMPATIBILITY

Move from almost any OS, hypervisor, or cloud platform.

Migration Scenarios

This can be used in multiple operating system environments, including Windows, Linux, and IBM Power Systems, as well as migrations from different cloud computing platforms.

  • Physical servers moving to the cloud for a new production environment or for disaster recovery failover
  • Cloud servers in a hybrid cloud environment between an enterprise private cloud and public cloud provider for disaster recovery or to extend the cloud infrastructure
  • Physical servers moving to cloud servers for either server upgrades or disaster recovery scenarios