iOPEX has helped enterprises with the full lifecycle Microsoft Azure cloud transformation services that includes consulting, design, implementation/migration, optimization, monitoring and support. Our Azure services has allowed our customers to maximize their Return on Investment in Microsoft Azure.
Our cloud experts help study your existing infrastructure and come up with an ROI assessment. Our consulting service also includes a detailed assessment report and a cloud migration strategy that takes into account the different applications, technologies operating models and cloud migration business cases.
iOPEX’s Azure experts can help with design and architecture services by taking into consideration your existing hosted IT infrastructure, current systems, software licenses, organization growth and processes that are critical in designing an apt cloud platform that can scale and seamlessly integrate with legacy systems.
Our Azure implementation/migration services are based on our customers’ business goals and planned in such a way that there is minimal downtime. We assess the existing inventory of physical and virtual servers to map dependencies and to identify which applications will be best suited to leverage the cloud. We propose the most appropriate migration strategy – rehost, lift & shift, rearchitect, rebuild or refactor based on the existing infrastructure and design.
Once all infrastructure has been moved to the Azure cloud, monitoring becomes a mandatory but painful task where most organizations don’t have the time nor resources to do it effectively. This is where iOPEX team can help with cloud experts who are available 24/7 and can effectively monitor and support your cloud infrastructure.
Based on the infrastructure monitoring data, the complete overview and the daily costs data are made available to our customers and an in-depth analysis is conducted. Our Azure consultants will then come up with a custom cost optimization solution that optimizes reservations, utilizes spare computing power, grouping data transfers and optimal use of load balancers.