Ergo have the skills, experience, and breadth to help organisations make the right decision on the appropriate cloud architecture for their business.
Your cloud architecture should be a reflection of the desired business outcomes within your cloud strategy. Whether private, public, hybrid or multicloud, and whether cloud-native, cloud agnostic or cloud hosted.
Ergo’s decision list
Key challenges we address in architecture planning:
Using two or more public cloud services within a single architecture will typically be driven by a need for operational resilience, avoiding vendor lock-in, or choosing to access the most appropriate service for a task.
The decision to run a private cloud or data centre instance concurrently with a public cloud is typically driven by cost, regulatory compliance or the complexity of trying to migrate a critical on-premise application.
A simple ‘lift and shift’ migration may not deliver all of the public cloud benefits available, which is why we assess whether it makes sense to replace with a SaaS service or re-platform and modernise to a cloud-native platform or service.
A landing zone provides a scalable and secure well-architected environment for the hosting of your applications. This approach provides the guardrails to determine how your applications and data can be used or accessed, creating a secure and compliant environment for all cloud services.
Excellence fueled by innovation
Ergo prioritizes innovation, quality, and continual improvement, and continuously invests in these areas. We are proud of our recognized commitment to excellence.