Cloud Adoption & Migration
Welcome the superlative of efficiency
You know a lift-and-shift migration from traditional applications and platforms to the cloud is an ineffective option. But what should you do? Should you choose IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS, and why? How do you ensure cost-effectiveness? It’s not easy to get started with cloud adoption and migration, and even along the way, challenges may arise. Those challenges are not only of a technical nature; going to the cloud requires a new way of thinking.
Discuss your questions and concerns about cloud adoption and migration with Guston on +31 (0) 850 605 804 to see how we can help. We’re up for the challenge if you are!
Bring Your Platform and Mindset to the Cloud
You probably want to migrate your applications and platforms to the cloud because of the promised elasticity and cost-effectiveness. We get that, and we can help.
We can help you architect and build your cloud platform while maintaining cost-effectiveness and resiliency. We can even take the entire migration off your hands if you’d like. But first and foremost, we can help you understand the technical and cost implications of “going to the cloud.” Fullstaq will give you full disclosure on the impact of your cloud ambitions and help you make decisions.
Cloud Providers We Work With
It All Comes Down to Efficiency
Efficiency is key in cloud adoption and migration. It all starts with determining an efficient architecture and migration plan. Done right, it speeds up the migration process massively – the shorter the migration time, the lower the additional costs.
On top of that, you can rely on Fullstaq engineers’ deep knowledge of DevOps processes and containerization developments. If there’s an opportunity to boost efficiency anywhere in the architecture or process, we’ll make it happen.
Projects That We’re Proud Of
An Air-Gapped Kubernetes Implementation
Implementing Kubernetes in an air-gapped environment.
Adopting Cloud-Native at Route.nl
Rebuilding the entire application stack from scratch to automate everything.