Upgrade Your Windows Workloads
Serving customers well with legacy Windows workloads is only getting harder in our fast-paced world. People expect peak performance at all times, as well as complete flexibility and control over their accounts. Market conditions are also constantly in flux, which means organizations must be able to adapt quickly.
Fortunately, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud comes with the tools engineering teams need to upgrade their Windows workloads. And as an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, ClearScale helps leaders through the process of migrating and modernizing their Windows workloads so that they can maximize long-term value and performance with the latest cloud technologies available.
“ClearScale enabled us to go from an outdated, monolithic infrastructure to a modern infrastructure as code environment. With their expertise in AWS, we were able to do that in a fraction of the time it would’ve taken us to learn and implement on our own.”
- Cliff Witthuhn, Cloud Systems Architect at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.Read Case Study
Our Windows Modernization Services
Move legacy Windows IT assets to the AWS cloud without compromising any apps, workloads, or databases.
.NET App Development
Develop and optimize mission-critical .NET applications using serverless architecture, containers, and more.
Upgrade from MS SQL databases to fully managed database services on the AWS cloud to free up engineering capacity.
Achieve Your Business Goals with ClearScale and AWS
Speed up your innovation lifecycle by implementing DevOps best practices and tools around your Windows workloads to increase engineering productivity.
Refactor .NET apps to make them more efficient, scalable, and secure, and future-proof your services in the process.
Optimize compute resources with tools like AWS Optimization and Licensing Assessment to reduce costs and maintain the ideal cloud ecosystem for your modern applications.
Learn the many benefits of moving Windows workloads to the cloud, including how you can reduce licensing costs, infrastructure expenses, and unplanned downtime.Read more