Technology infrastructure has evolved over the years to the “CLOUD”. The CLOUD is the delivery of on-demand computing services from data storage to processing power in a cheaper and faster uptime.
The cost of infrastructure ownership can be so expensive without having a proper cost and usage analysis and even Return on Investment. Cloud offers pay as you go subscriptions and discounts for upfront commitments on infrastructure. Businesses no longer need to wait for the tedious process of filling out requisition forms to hardware delivery and installations. This whole process can be shortened as most of this is done on the cloud provider side reducing the nerve wrecking process.
Who are the leading providers of CLOUD.
I have an already existing infrastructure how do l migrate to cloud?
I do not know how to start my services and infrastructure in the cloud, where do I start?
What is the governance policy will my organization be the right fit for cloud?
Should we go Azure or AWS or Google Cloud?
ByteReflections helps you answer all the above questions to help your organization become cloud ready and adopt cloud computing. We do a thorough business and technical analysis of your business model to structure plan that is custom designed for your business.
ByteReflections employs the Well-Architected framework to help access and define your cloud adoption journey. It describes the best practices concepts, design principles for designing and running workloads in the cloud. It is define in 5 main pillars.Contact Us
Focuses on running and monitoring systems to deliver business value, and continually improving processes and procedures
Focuses on protecting information and systems. Key topics include confidentiality and integrity of data and privilege of access.
Focuses on ensuring a workload performs its intended function correctly and consistently when it’s expected to.
Focuses on using IT and computing resources efficiently. Key topics include selecting the right resource types and sizes based on workload requirements, monitoring performance, and making informed decisions to maintain efficiency as business needs evolve.
Focuses on avoiding unnecessary costs. Key topics include understanding and controlling where money is being spent, selecting the most appropriate and right number of resource types, analyzing spend over time, and scaling to meet business needs without overspending.