Cost Effective Solutions
Blogging . Small Business . Enterprise
What’s is in an Apate Cloud Solution?
IT Consulting and Comprehensive Support
Managed Network Services
Industry Compliant Security, Monitoring, and Management
Off-Site Secure File Storage and Backup
Web and Email Hosting
Service Impact, Alerting, and Analytics
No Large Upfront Capital Investment
Reduced Software Costs
Reduced Spending for IT Support
Higher Quality Cloud Servers and Network Hardware
Reduced Risk and Operational Complexity
Improve Service Quality and Experience
Easier Mobile Access
The Latest Technologies
SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and BPaaS Delivery Models
Amazon AWS, MS Azure
Apache, NGINX, RHEL, Ubuntu, SuSE etc.
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, SQL Server Web, etc.
Memcached, Redis, or Varnish Cache Servers
APC and Zend OPcache PHP Caches
PHP, MySQL, MySQLi, PostgreSQL
- Positive IT Opinions 91%
- Corporations Already in the Cloud 42%
- Corporations in the Evaluation Stage 38%
- Corporations Preferring Private Cloud 63%
- Outsourcing IaaS Infrastructure Growth 38%
What Can We Migrate?
All server environments and operating systems. NGINX and Apache web servers. Any of the most popular flavors of Linux such as Red Hat Enterprise, Ubuntu, etc.
HTTP, Reverse Proxy, FastCGI, etc. We can also help you transition to a new operating system.
MySQL, MySQLi, PostgreSQL, Oracle.
Apate can also help you make the transition from one database to another using PDO, or abstraction and data access layers.
Mail proxy servers, MX records, etc. Transactional email and marketing messages.
We address the challenges of increasing volume and velocity of digital information. A comprehensive portfolio of cloud services to help you manage big data by reducing costs and scaling to meet demand.
Cluster Compute, or Cluster GPU servers, a no up-front cost payment model, and a global infrastructure.
Content Management Systems, SaaS apps, or custom apps.
WordPress, Drupal, or change from WordPress to Drupal, or vice versa.
Data & Files
Backup and archiving. Content storage and distribution. Disaster recovery. Durable and secure. Scalable.
2013 Cloud Migration Statistics
1. Discovery & Assessment
Review the migration in detail. Assess applications and workloads for cloud readiness to determine what applications and data can – and cannot – be readily moved to a cloud environment and what delivery models (public, private, or hybrid) can be supported. Address concerns.
2. Planning & Scheduling
Develop the approach. Address technical considerations along with security and privacy requirements. The migration will vary time wise according to the size and complexity of your environment.
3. Provision Solutions
The solution is built. Servers. Storage. Disaster Recovery. Everything that was specified is implemented. Provision standard and custom business applications. Testing and training.
4. Cut OverMigrate everything – email, applications, documents – from in-house servers or from another provider. DNS records have been created, and once propagated, the new environment seamlessly will go live.
Website Migration Work Flow
Provide whatever level of transitional support that your organization may need.