Cloud Readiness

Flow Networks understand that when it comes to the cloud, there are a lot of decisions to be made; whether it’s on-premises, hybrid or in the cloud.
The crucial thing to remember though is, is to measure those decisions against the bigger picture. Put your business outcomes at the forefront of your thinking.

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What we can do…

There are many cloud readiness tools out there, but the problem is that they only give you snapshot into your context, which is why a comprehensive cloud assessment is a must. It is only with this level of inquiry that you can truly recognise opportunities for improvement, improvements in identifying and implementing work practices which can help you upgrade, optimise and migrate your systems.

Cloud Adoption

Having taken the time to carry out a cloud readiness evaluation, developed a strategy and executed it, the success of any workplace change, can depend on how staff take to the technology and utilise it to improve efficiency and productivity for the business and themselves.

Flow Networks suggests Cloud Adoption Programmes (CAP) a change-management programme designed so that people truly adopt and use their new tools to make sure your business gets the most out of your move to the cloud. (Open forums, cloud-readiness-meetings, discussions, training on company platforms, social training, lunch and learns, Q&A sessions etc).

The last place you want to be in, is a year into a new system, with all new processes that no-one uses with the expense of having to reinvest into an alternative that will not convert into outcomes.

 

  • Lower capital expenditure
  • Reduce administration need and overheads
  • Unparalleled Scalability
  • Superior collaboration
  • Flexible working with access-anywhere
  • Secure, disaster recovery, and back-up

Our Cloud engineers work tirelessly perfecting the best methods of delivery for your infrastructure using bespoke DevOps ethos leveraging technologies such as:

  • IaC – Infrastructure as Code using automation tools (CloudFormation, Terraform, Puppet, Bamboo & Jenkins)
  • Source code management (GIT)
  • Linux OS administration and configuration (Python and Bash)
  • Database installation, configuration, management and deployment (MySQL).
  • Migration of existing services to a cloud infrastructure that is deployed rapidly, safely, and delivered into a self-healing architecture.