Managed cloud services are the partial or complete management and control of a client’s cloud platform, including migration, maintenance and optimization. By using a managed cloud service provider, a business can ensure its cloud resources run efficiently. Outsourcing cloud management also allows businesses to avoid new hiring and training costs.

Managed cloud services can provide private, public and hybrid cloud environments. Working with a managed cloud services provider is a collaborative process. To determine the best cloud resources for the user’s IT infrastructure, the managed cloud services vendor evaluates the user’s applications and data. Then, they’ll create a custom plan detailing the steps to build and run an optimized cloud environment.

Users adopt managed cloud services throughout the cloud solution lifecycle. These services can be used to help with initial adoption or can be provided continually.

what’s included in managed cloud services?

Managed cloud services can encompass a variety of IT tasks, including engineering on demand, operations management, 24/7 help desk support, hosting and implementation. By offloading these types of tasks to a trusted partner, you can free up your internal IT teams to focus on more complex initiatives and efforts that drive new business outcomes.

benefits of managed cloud services?

Partnering with a managed cloud services provider can help organizations achieve numerous goals, both within IT and in the business at large. These outcomes include reduced complexity, improved cost control and accelerated growth and innovation.

We’ll help you migrate intentionally.

Workload assessment

Together, we’ll evaluate your current workloads and determine which are suitable for the public cloud.

Cloud preference

The public cloud to private cloud ratio is unique for every business. We’ll find the perfect mix for your organization.

Migration strategy

We’ll develop a custom cloud roadmap that details the steps needed to start your IT transformation.

start with workloads

Before deciding whether a workload belongs in the public cloud, it’s important to consider security, data growth and compliance.

Through our workload assessment, we’ll reveal important details, such as:

  • Latency requirements
  • Data retention policies
  • Security & access requirements
  • Interdependencies with other applications

Data management services

Azure disaster recovery proof of concept

See how a cloud-based disaster recovery solution can increase agility and cost-effectiveness, so you can get back to business faster in the event of a disruption

Cloud Backup Assessment

Audit your recovery processes and learn how to ensure secure and reliable access to complete data backups efficiently using modern cloud infrastructure.

Cloud Data Management Assessment

Define, refine and validate your cloud strategy with specific deliverables that will help you make well-informed decisions to improve data center efficiency.

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