Migrating your applications to the AWS Cloud gives you access to on-demand IT resources designed to help you innovate faster, reduce costs, and operate more securely. In the following chapters of our Migrating to the Cloud Guide, you will learn all about how AWS’s tools can help you expedite your migration, leverage existing software licenses, and move your data quickly and securely.
The cloud is the foundation for establishing a more agile, innovative organization. Migrating your on-premises or co-location workloads to the cloud is not a question of if, but when and how fast.
Pinnacle Solutions is here to help you answer this question and guide you in your cloud journey. Our certified AWS experts have successfully migrated numerous customers from an on-premises environment to their new home in the cloud, and these customers are already seeing the benefits of cloud hosting.
Are you ready to begin your cloud journey?
Read this solution brief to learn more about how Pinnacle Solutions can simplify your company’s cloud migration.
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In our last chapter, we looked at the key value drivers of cloud migration and the phases of migrating to the cloud.
But what does that look like?
There are several paths that your cloud migration could take, depending on your goals, budget, culture, organizational vision, and industry trends. Pinnacle Solutions has a proven track record of working with customers to define their optimum migration strategy.
We’d like to share a case study with you about one of our customers.
This case study describes how one of our non-profit customers benefited from our custom web development and cloud migration services.
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Operating in the cloud can benefit your company in all kinds of ways. However, like with everything, there is a right way and a wrong way of utilizing the cloud.
AWS recently published an in-depth guide of best practices that helps you understand the pros and cons of decisions you make while building systems on AWS. This guide – AWS Well-Architected Framework – totals 86 pages, so we took the time to condense it for you and hit the highlights.
Click HERE to read the abbreviated version and verify that you’re following AWS’s best practices for:
I think you’ll be glad you did.
In the last chapter, we looked at best practices for building and operating on the AWS cloud.
So what happens when you implement these standards?
With AWS, you can access the IT resources you need when you need them, streamlining your business and driving growth. Operating in the cloud empowers you to:
AWS offers value by enabling elastic consumption that scales with your needs, pay-as-you-go pricing models, and no long-term service commitments.
Building a data center footprint to support your global operations isn’t just expensive – it’s also very time-consuming. With AWS, you can access a reliable, high-performance global IT infrastructure with just a few clicks.
Focus on projects that drive your mission forward and differentiate your business, not the infrastructure. Cloud computing lets you focus on your own constituents and customers, rather than on the heavy lifting of racking, stacking, and powering servers.
You’ve heard the benefits.
You’ve seen cloud migration in action through our customer story.
You’ve read the best practices and how to’s of operating and growing in the cloud.
If your company is ready to begin its cloud journey, Pinnacle Solutions can help. With Pinnacle Shelter™, you can combine the computing infrastructure of AWS with our administration and maintenance expertise, allowing you to focus on optimizing business operations.
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