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Hervey Bay, Bundaberg, Maryborough, Gympie and Sunshine Coast areas.

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Managed Cloud Migration

Support on-premises during cloud migrations is critical. It includes assessment, hybrid solutions, data migration, application compatibility, security, compliance, training, monitoring, cost optimization, scalability, and disaster recovery planning.

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Hybrid cloud migration

Video Source: Microsoft Mechanics

Explore the possibilities of migrating your applications to a hybrid cloud and on-premises setup using Azure Migrate and Azure Arc. Matt McSpirit, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Azure, joins host Jeremy Chapman to demonstrate how you can seamlessly integrate your resources in the cloud with those on-premises, all under a single management platform. For most organizations, adopting a hybrid migration strategy is essential, especially when certain workloads need to remain on-premises. The great news is that Azure Migrate is here to assist you in both migrating and evaluating your on-premises environment, allowing you to bring those resources under centralized management. With Azure Arc, you can unify the management of your entire environment, whether it’s on-premises or in the cloud, by extending the Azure control plane to your hybrid infrastructure.

Free Assessment Tool to Get Started

Video Source: Microsoft Mechanics

Simplify your Azure cloud adoption strategy research with the aid of cutting-edge assessment tools. When you embark on the journey of migrating your services to the cloud, there’s often significant room for optimization. Microsoft Azure expert, Matt McSpirit, joins Jeremy Chapman to demonstrate how you can construct solutions effectively, minimizing the need for trial and error. These assessment tools streamline the process of identifying the ideal approach to building and hosting your workloads in Azure, ensuring they meet the necessary SLAs (Service Level Agreements). They also assist you in evaluating and addressing gaps in areas such as skill sets, stakeholder support, business KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), and budget targets.

Which Virtual Machine is best

Video Source: Microsoft Mechanics

Discover the ideal virtual machine (VM) solutions tailored to your specific workloads. In this episode of Azure Essentials, Matt McSpirit delves into the essential compute and disk storage options available for running any workload seamlessly within Azure. For newcomers to the Azure ecosystem, migrating your applications or workloads to one or more virtual machines in Azure doesn’t require extensive reengineering or coding revisions. You can effortlessly transition your workloads to Azure Dedicated Hosts, where you gain access to dedicated physical servers exclusively reserved for your organization. Azure essentially becomes the virtual equivalent of operating your own physical data center in the cloud.

Delivering cloud solutions to our Hervey Bay customers

Servicing Hervey Bay, Bundaberg, Maryborough and sunshine coast regions

Support for on-premises environments during business cloud migrations is crucial for a smooth and successful transition. Here are some key aspects to consider:

  1. Assessment and Planning: The journey to the cloud begins with a thorough assessment of your existing on-premises infrastructure. This includes evaluating your hardware, software, data, and applications. Expert consultants can help identify which components are suitable for migration, which need to be optimized, and which should remain on-premises.

  2. Hybrid Solutions: Many businesses opt for a hybrid cloud approach, where some workloads and data remain on-premises while others migrate to the cloud. Effective support includes designing a seamless integration between on-premises and cloud environments to ensure data consistency, security, and efficient communication.

  3. Data Migration: Migrating data from on-premises servers to the cloud can be complex and time-consuming. Support teams can employ specialized tools and best practices to ensure data integrity and minimize downtime during the migration process.

  4. Application Compatibility: Businesses often rely on a variety of applications that may not be immediately compatible with cloud environments. On-premises support includes assessing, adapting, and optimizing these applications for cloud compatibility or identifying alternative cloud-native solutions.

  5. Security and Compliance: Maintaining security and compliance standards is paramount. Support teams must implement robust security measures to protect data both during transit and while at rest in the cloud. Compliance with industry regulations is also essential, and on-premises support can help ensure that these standards are met.

  6. Training and Skill Development: Migrating to the cloud often requires a shift in the skill set of IT personnel. Support includes training and upskilling your team to manage and maintain cloud resources effectively.

  7. Monitoring and Management: After migration, ongoing support ensures that both on-premises and cloud environments are monitored for performance, security, and cost management. This proactive approach helps identify and address issues before they impact business operations.

  8. Cost Optimization: Support teams can help you optimize cloud costs by continuously assessing resource usage, identifying underutilized resources, and recommending adjustments to your cloud infrastructure to align with your budget.

  9. Scalability and Flexibility: As your business grows, your cloud requirements may change. On-premises support includes helping you adapt and scale your cloud resources according to your evolving needs.

  10. Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity: Implementing robust disaster recovery and business continuity plans that cover both on-premises and cloud environments is vital. Support teams can help design, test, and maintain these plans

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