Guiding your Cloud Journey
Migrating applications and infrastructure to Azure is a journey, not a destination. 10th Magnitude offers a Cloud Strategy solution that is designed specifically for each client. We can help you take those first steps on the journey and guide you all along the way. Once the project vision is set, we offer the services and IP needed to move hundreds of VMs, drain multiple data centers or tackle the complexity of modernizing applications for container, CICD and PaaS models:
- Inventory and economics: Our team evaluates your on-premises environment and inventories your applications, VMs and other components. Our experts then determine an ROI and break-even point for a deeper validation of your business plan.
- Security and governance: Our experts inventory your requirements for risk mitigation, data protection, resiliency, disaster recovery, business continuity and more. They then build a roadmap for short- and long-term protection and governance.
- Application assessment: An analysis of applications, programs and services running in your data center and servers enables us to identify modernization opportunities. These can include CICD, DevOps, containers and PaaS for hosting applications and data platforms.
- Application migration: Once your modernization assessment is complete, our experts work with your teams to devise a strategy that ensures the fastest and most cost-effective migration of your applications to the cloud.
- DevOps: Our experts define what DevOps means for your organization. After capturing your requirements, they align your team with a common end-state vision and create a plan of action for getting there.
- Cloud Ops: Our experts define the right operational procedures and practices based on what clouds can do, rather than try to simply turn traditional approaches into operations for the cloud.
“10th Magnitude helped us define our company's cloud strategy through the creation of roadmaps, financial readiness timelines and ROI calculation. This has enabled us to make informed decisions regarding our infrastructure and operational needs.”