Simplify Server Migration
Migrating servers to the cloud can be challenging and complex, depending on existing dependencies and configurations. Any mishap during the migration process can cause downtime, data loss, or other issues that can damage an organization’s reputation and disrupt services.
Fortunately, Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers tools and solutions that make the server migration process easier, so long as engineering teams have the capacity and know-how to leverage those resources effectively.
Organizations that need additional support can lean on ClearScale’s migration experts to move IT infrastructure to the cloud, including mission-critical servers. We’ll work closely with you to understand everything about your server migration goals and ensure you make the transition seamlessly.
“Our work with ClearScale delivered the future-state design architecture that we were looking for. Their range of expertise enabled us to create a clear direction for our technology deployments that extend globally when necessary.”
Bill Fetters, Vice President, Information Systems, StayWellRead Case Study
Our Server Migration Services
Conduct a thorough evaluation of on-premises servers, determine key dependencies, estimate future costs, and build a compelling server migration business case.
Choose the appropriate migration strategy for your servers, and execute the migration without compromising ongoing operations.
Once on the cloud, optimize your IT infrastructure to accelerate innovation and improve operational efficiency.
Achieve Your Business Goals with ClearScale and AWS
Adopt serverless architecture to free your engineering team up from having to manage servers day in and day out.
Increase Enterprise Agility
Incorporate Infrastructure as Code (IaC), DevOps best practices, microservices, and more into your IT architecture to make your organization more agile.
Reduce Overall IT Costs
Only incur costs for compute resources you consume, thanks to AWS’ pay-as-you-go pricing model, and avoid over-provisioning for anything related to your servers.