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Atmosera Launches Azure Website Migration Assessment Program

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Atmosera, a premier Tier-I Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), today announced its Azure Migration Assessment Program for organizations focused on transitioning website infrastructure to Microsoft Azure. The new program includes the only free assessment of its kind to evaluate website workloads and performance data to develop an optimal cloud architecture. The assessment helps prioritize requirements to optimize performance, realize continuous operation, and leverage automated testing for e-commerce and high-traffic websites.”

The release goes on, “Successfully migrating a business-critical website to Azure has many advantages, but also potential challenges that can be resolved by architecting a solution that does not under-size or over-build an environment. However, the course of action one takes to plan for current and future requirements of web infrastructure is often a determining factor in future performance and costs. With a detailed assessment of the site’s operating environment, organizations are provided the intelligence to ensure business flexibility, geographic reach, real-time monitoring, and performance that scales based on website demands that are factored into the design of an Azure-powered environment.”

It continues, “The Atmosera Azure Website Migration Assessment Program informs businesses by providing a clear roadmap with technology options to make better decisions. The analysis is conducted by Atmosera certified architects in a thorough review of data points from all areas of the existing website. The process requires approximately two weeks to complete and is used to validate whether Azure can deliver for the business. The organization benefits from the intelligence gathered from existing workloads over the two-week assessment period.”

Read more at PR Web.

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