Cloud Migration Blog
RiverMeadow’s Managed Migration Service (“MMS”) is a fully managed service designed to reduce migration time and cost by leveraging its certified migration experts plus its market-leading SaaS Platform that delivers results to customers as a fixed cost, low-risk service. RiverMeadow MMS will help plan and manage your application and data migration to AWS, VMware and Azure in hours to days, not weeks to months.
The RiverMeadow MMS team have developed reliable, predictable methodologies using its industry-leading platform and tooling that allow you to achieve business benefits in the fastest possible time. RiverMeadow manages the entire migration from source to target. All required set up, preflight readiness checks, migration and status monitoring are performed by RiverMeadow.
Google’s acquisition of Velostrata at the beginning of the month along with other acquisitions in the space (CloudVelox, Racemi and AtaData) made small waves in the world of enterprise cloud migration solution providers. In some cases, the acquisitions were less about shareholder value creation and more about businesses failing to meet strategic objectives, scale, and profitability. According to public information, Velostrata’s features will end up being integrated into Google’s Cloud platform and no longer be available for other cloud providers which along with the other “acquisitions” in the space has created a technological void among providers of cloud migration services. Fortunately, RiverMeadow’s SaaS Migration Platform (“Platform”) and Services can fill that void.
Migrating workloads to the cloud can be risky, time-consuming and complicated for any business wanting to migrate workloads to the cloud. RiverMeadow’s SaaS Platform can help you migrate existing workloads from Physical, Virtual or Cloud to Cloud. RiverMeadow’s Platform is automated, cloud agnostic and can connect any Source to any supported Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud quickly, securely and without disruption to the source workload.
You can find more details about the RiverMeadow SaaS Platform in the infographic below.
Migrating workloads to the cloud is clearly a strategic initiative for many businesses, and the benefits that clouds offer are becoming more and more evident, but are you migrating your workloads safely and securely? At RiverMeadow we often get asked the following essential questions in regards to security:
Migrating your Workloads to the cloud can be complicated (numerous and diverse operating systems, extensive applications requirements) and risky (how do I make sure I don’t affect my business as I migrate?). What customers need are partners with a board range of Services, Tools, and experiences to help you address any of your needs regardless of where you stand on your cloud journey.
The latest researches on cloud adoption have identified many exciting insights about the market. But they also found that companies are using the cloud to quickly and easily create Shadow IT applications without anyone knowing. What’s not that obvious is that those applications could put companies in danger, and cause various issues such as the one we discussed in one of our recent blog posts.
More and more, cloud computing is enabling day-to-day business to quickly and cost effectively operate in the Cloud. According to the most recent McAfee report, 97% of organizations are currently using at least one cloud service, while 65% of them have a cloud-first strategy.
The adoption of Cloud computing is skyrocketing. According to a Gartner press release, by 2020 there will be a `no-cloud` policy in companies. The reasons why so many organizations choose to migrate on-premise systems to the cloud can vary, but typical use cases include companies migrating from cloud to cloud or between regions within a cloud.
Cloud computing has experienced tremendous growth within the past few years, and cloud technology adoption continues to grow at a rapid pace. According to an IDC report, at least half of IT investments will be cloud-based this year. Enterprise cloud spending will represent 16% of the compound annual growth in the next ten years.
Migrating workloads can be complex, time-consuming and risky. There is a lot of work to be done and decisions to be made. You need to know both the source environment and the target environment. You need to pick an automation tool and figure out how it works. These are just a few of the many considerations. Often times, teams involved with migrations have other responsibilities to handle including day-to-day tasks. Wouldn’t it be better if someone stepped up to do the migration for you?