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Cloud Migration Planning and Consultation

Learn from the most advanced Cloud team in the region,
InfoSystems + APSU.

The new Production-ready Cloud from InfoSystems has opened doors that previously weren’t available for running business-critical production workloads in a fast, secure, highly available environment from a regional Cloud partner. Choosing the right deployment model for your IT systems isn’t as simple as many companies make it seem (especially the hyperscale cloud providers who don't know you or your business). Some systems are perfect for the Cloud, but some are best deployed on site. You need to work with a Cloud partner you can trust to do the right thing.


The InfoSystems + APSU advantage

  • Exclusive technology - We own the technology that powers IBM's DRaaS for IBM i

  • Expertise across more OS platforms - IBM i, AIX, Linux, Windows, etc.

  • Stronger SLAs - Customer-friendly contracts from a company that has earned trust
  • High Availability - Guaranteed up to 99.99% with exclusive dynamic failover technology 
  • Easy exit - Physical access to your data and no data extraction fees

FACT – Hybrid Cloud strategies are taking over as the most effective way to deploy IT systems.

You need a regional Cloud partner you can trust to do the right thing.

Assessing each component of your IT systems with a Senior Architect from InfoSystems will allow you to understand the “why” and “how” behind a recommended IT deployment strategy. InfoSystems has specialists with deep expertise in compute, storage, virtualization, networking, security, and each of the other areas that make up a fully-baked IT solution. You can trust our team to build and deliver IT systems that combine technologies from leading manufacturers and our own Production-ready Cloud environment, into the most effective solution for your unique situation.

Hybrid Cloud Strategy

FACT – You must understand RISK, COST, and PERFORMANCE to make the best IT investments.


To understand Risk you need to look at the resource pool available to support and maintain your IT system components, the environment in which the IT systems will be housed, the quality and type of components that are implemented, and many other factors – then make the best decision based on the facts.


To assess the true cost of your IT systems, you will need to look beyond the fixed cost of hardware and know the associated costs of full-time employees, the utilization % of IT system components, maintenance contracts, licensing, security requirements, and the availability of tools which can impact efficiency.


There is a distinct difference between the reactive management and the proactive monitoring of system performance. In a reactive model, companies simply respond to technology issues/failures as they happen, resulting in planned and unplanned downtime and disruptions to normal business operations. Proactive monitoring allows companies to monitor system performance, identifying inefficiencies and thresholds that require attention. Proactive monitoring allows companies to tune systems for max performance and intervene before disruptions occur.