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Cloud Management and Governance

THE ISSUE ISN’T WHETHER. IT’S WHY AND HOW. The cloud—public, private, or hybrid—can multiply your technology’s performance, availability, and resilience, and cloud providers make migration seem easy and painless. But as you migrate, the steps you take will ultimately make all the difference in business value. Get an impartial audit of your cloud strategy from Edge.

EDGE PUTS THE CLOUD IN ITS PLACE. Vital as it is, cloud deployment is just one component of your broader technology strategy. Capacity planning, predictable costs, goal alignment, automation, governance, user experience, analytics, and security are all crucial development and management concerns. Edge brings deep experience in each of these areas.

LOOK BEYOND THE NUMBERS. Although obvious efficiencies exist in moving application services to a shared and elastic-capacity environment, efficiency is only one factor in the value equation. Regardless of cloud vendor, you’ll inevitably face these key questions:

  • How do I transform my legacy applications to be cloud-ready?
  • Which services belong where and how should they be sized?
  • What’s the most affordable way to shift to the cloud?
  • How do governance and compliance function across hybrid deployments?
  • Can I adopt a cloud strategy and remain secure?
  • How does the cloud factor into my business-continuity planning?
  • What’s the smartest way to automate operations?
  • Which analytics best track cloud health?

QUESTIONS NEED ANSWERS. Get sophisticated, actionable, and customized answers from Edge Solutions’ Professional Services Group. Contact us today to begin the conversation.

“I don’t need a hard disk in my computer if I can get to the server faster. Carrying around these non-connected computers is byzantine by comparison. – Steve Jobs

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