Cloud Strategy & Advisory
Building strategic cloud roadmap for digital transformation journey
Cloud Strategy And Advisory
Leveraging hassle-free cloud strategy for your competitive advantage.
Cloud Transformation Advisory
Defining and delivering end-to-end cloud adoption strategy and execution by translating your business strategy.
Workload Readiness Assessment
Helping you discover, which applications are best suited to Cloud migration, which is not and why.
Guide you through the business, information, process, and technology changes to execute your cloud strategy
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Helping you optimize your total cost of moving or managing cloud infrastructure along with improving overall management and governance.
Risk Assessment and Mitigation
Help you in assessing the risks and mitigating the same with the help of standard processes, practices, and tools.
Security & Compliance
Help you to understand the shared security responsibility model of cloud providers and any specific security or compliance requirements.
Why Scalex for your Next project?
We don't just build apps but unparalleled success for your business
Build your full-stack engineering teams to digitize your business
Building Digital Brands
Automate and streamline your business with digital applications on Cloud
Relax and run your business with 24X7 5-star application support
How We Engage
Try our risk-free engagement models for your digital and cloud projects
Fixed Cost Model
This model works very well when project requirements & specifications are clearly defined
Time & Material Model
In this model, a customer will be billed on a month to month basis for the number of hours spent by a resource on your project.
Dedicated Team Model
This model allows you to build your dedicated teams within your budget for short-term and long term projects.
Frequently Asked Questions?
Cloud computing is a popular option for individuals and businesses for several reasons, including cost savings, increased productivity, speed, and efficiency, performance and security.
Instead of storing files on a patented hard drive or local storage device, cloud-based storage allows you to save them to a remote database. As long as an electronic device has access to the Web, it has access to the data and software to execute it.
Cloud computing is called that because the information consulted is found remotely in the cloud or in a virtual space. Companies that provide cloud services allow users to store files and applications on remote servers and then access all data on the Internet. This means that the user does not need to be in a specific place to access it, which allows him to work remotely.
It also eliminates all the heavy tasks involved in compression and data processing from the device that you carry or sit and work. It also moves all this work to large groups of computers very distant in cyberspace. The Internet is becoming the cloud, and voila: your data, your work, and your applications are available from any device that can connect to the Internet from anywhere in the world.
Cloud computing can be both public and private. These services are a system of networks that provide hosted services. There is also a hybrid option, which combines elements of public and private services. Cloud consultants specialize in working with cloud computing systems. They then analyze this data to determine which solutions in the cloud would best meet customer needs; They make recommendations based on their analysis.
There are basically 6 factors that need to be considered while migrating to cloud service.
Business users – Who are they?
License costs and plan – Do you understand them? You must check what you already have in place and what your budgets are. Are your licenses on a subscription or are they lifetime licenses?
R&D development / Maintenance costs –Are the costs internal? Are they outsourced? Are they as part of a service?
Integrations / Interfaces – Are you aware of all the places that your systems connect, integrate, and interface with other systems and other services (whether inside or outside of your organization)? This is something that you do not want to discover post-migration.
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) – Make sure that you understand what your current SLAs are. You need to use these to estimate what SLAs you will need in the future.
Risks – Do you know what your current risks are? Many people associate higher risks with moving to the cloud, but unless you have annual audits you may potentially not understand how high your current risks are. Find out what risks you are already exposed to and determine how you can overcome these in your move to the cloud.