Successful Migration is more of a balancing act, rather than a big bang transformational event. It requires constant monitoring and enhancement even days after the ‘lift and shift’ is completed for excellent outputs. Migrating your Windows Workloads from one computing environment to another might seem like a daunting task. The end goal is always to migrate with minimal disruption, increased security, and reduced total cost of ownership.
According to Forbes, “66% of IT professionals say security is their most significant concern in adopting an enterprise cloud computing strategy.”
SourceFuse has worked with many enterprise-scale companies on large-scale programs that require extensive modernization and migration of Windows Workloads. We are an AWS Microsoft Workloads Partner, that distinguishes our Windows migration services as secure, reliable, and cost-effective. In all, when you migrate your Windows Workloads on AWS with SourceFuse, the transition is smooth with end-to-end monitoring.
Windows Workloads Migration Cost — A Deciding Factor
One common use case for enterprises and small-medium organizations is upgrading to a modern version of their workloads. Many organizations are using legacy versions of these applications on-premises and want the scalability, security, and reliability of modern versions.
Upgrading to modern versions on-premises would require massive investments in new hardware — in places where upgrades are typically not an option. Hence, when you choose to migrate your Windows Workloads to the cloud, the cost reduces substantially.
More Reasons to opt for Windows Workloads on AWS
- Pay only for what you use
- Reduce Total Cost of Ownership
- Scale-up/down according to meet demands dynamically
- 5X more Windows Workloads Server Instances*
- Deploy solutions globally — 2X more availability*
- 2X Higher Performance for SQL Server on Windows*
- 7X Fewer Downtime hours in 2018*
- Based on downtime hours from 1/1/18–12/31/18 pulled directly from the public service health dashboards of the major cloud providers
How SourceFuse ensures a smooth Windows Workloads Migration experience?
- Sharper Migration Strategies: Assessing your application portfolio and determining the migration pattern for all your applications are critical steps to the success of your migration planning and execution. We avoid the one size fits all approach and try to understand your windows migration requirements from the most basic level.
- Utilizing the best infrastructure: The right cloud infrastructure helps you ensure better performance, availability, and security of your Windows-based applications. AWS offers hundreds of Amazon EC2 instances compatible with your existing infrastructure to meet your optimized cost demands.
- Faster Time to Business Results: Our experienced and AWS certified development team coupled with our Acceleration Programs helps you achieve a personalized migration plan, that would bring the most accurate business results.
- Single Point of Contact: We fully operate and maintain your Windows Workloads on the cloud, so you only need to stay in touch with one vendor — Us.
- Disaster Recovery: We offer continuous and secure access to your Windows Workloads applications, even if you lose connectivity.
- Licensing Microsoft Workloads on AWS: You have the choice to purchase Microsoft licenses needed, which won’t cost much, as per our acceleration programs. On the other hand, you get to opt for BYOL — ‘Bring your own Licences’
Case Study: How MTS optimized 40% of their TCO by migrating their Windows Workloads on AWS
When it comes to Windows Migration in the healthcare industry, our aim revolves around security and efficiency boost. Our customer, MTS Inc., offers a turnkey solution for case scheduling and medical device field inventory management. As an end-to-end service, this revolutionary solution delivers an enormous boost to the healthcare logistics industry.
SourceFuse migrated MTS Inc from a collocated Data Center to a renowned cloud platform ensuring optimized data workflows, increased regulatory compliance, and an immediate cost reduction. Read Case Study