Book a call
keyvisual svg


Easy cloud migrations

Move old systems to the cloud successfully, on time, within budget, and enjoy all its benefits.

Should you switch to the cloud? The cloud can save you money, boost performance, help your system scale, and make it easier to manage.

Most companies only move to the cloud once, so it's normal for your team to lack experience. This can lead to slow and shaky progress.

Also, the whole cloud management process can be at risk, leading to poor cost control and risking the system's security and reliability.

The solution is to recognize the need for specific migration competence. As a certified AWS partner, we have experience with migrations and use advanced design methods like the Well-Architected Framework. We can do the heavy lifting and carry out the entire move or guide your team if you prefer to do it yourself.

If you are interested in the architecture stage and solution implementation, see Design & Development

These are two primary questions you should answer when you are about to migrate to the cloud: 

1. Will your project be cloud-native?

Two migration strategies


Rehosting or Lift-and-shift is a low-impact strategy where we move your workload to the cloud "as is" with minimal changes and overhead.

However, in the future, you'll likely need to adjust the project to fit the cloud environment, making your workload more cloud-friendly.

This strategy implies technical debt in the future but allows you to migrate quickly and cheaply. Lift-and-shift is a sensible approach if you want to migrate now and get full cloud benefits later.


Cloud-native is a strategy that requires commitment from the start, as it involves adapting your workload to the cloud. 

This adaptation is done before the migration begins, to get the most out of cloud services for your project.

Cloud-native requires more investment during migration but results in less technical debt later. Also, this approach lowers the future cost of maintaining cloud infrastructure.


2. What type of cloud will be used to allocate your workloads?

2. What type of cloud will be used to allocate your workloads?

Types of cloud implementation
by workload placement

Public cloud

The most modern, flexible, pay-as-you-go model for your workloads.

In the public cloud, the resources are siloed between multiple clients. This means not overpaying for unused server capacities with expenses directly tied to actual consumption.

With a cloud-native approach, this type of migration brings the benefits of all the variety of 200+ services designed for the public cloud and unavailable with other workload configurations.

Private Cloud

A single-tenant solution, Private cloud is the exclusive, unshared use of cloud servers.

Companies and organizations obligated to follow the most strict data policies for their workloads utilize the private cloud model.

These are commonly government, banking, and compliance-heavy sectors constrained by policy requirements.

Hybrid Cloud

The hybrid approach suits a more conservative stance when the company is ready to move part of its workloads to the cloud while still keeping the critical ones on private servers or “on-premises” – for example, when required by the company’s security policy.

This approach allows the company to tip its toes in the cloud with less initial commitment, with the benefits of reducing overall costs, and management and maintenance overhead.

To build and run hybrid systems, we possess, as we must, a wide range of knowledge and experience in configuring both legacy data centers and modern infrastructure in the cloud, as well as coordinating them.


This is when workloads live on different cloud services from multiple vendors.

Multi-clouds have their pros, usually mitigation of vendor dependency and lock-in – a kind of insurance or backup strategy.

In rare cases, a specific part of the workload is placed with a different cloud vendor because of their unique services.

The cons of multi-cloud are increased vulnerabilities, latency, and management overhead.

With this approach, the implementation team needs to understand the clouds of different providers and be able to implement vendor-agnostic solutions.

Common migration pitfalls that we help mitigate

Snowballing migration costs

Uncontrollable parallel spending for the legacy system and the cloud. Unnecessary planning cycles and multiple re-evaluations during migration.

To avoid unwanted expenditure, we catalog your existing applications, analyze your network architecture, and prioritize workloads.

Applying our experience to planning, we realistically lay the cost and timing of the parallel systems.

We also assist in obtaining exclusive conditions from the cloud vendor to reduce migration spending, such as credits for testing and discounts on planned purchases of capacities.

Gaps in communication

Misaligned goals and no buy-in from all stakeholders are commonplace.

People have variable incentives and motivation within companies, and process coordination of migration is often disrupted when teams lack consensus.

We know what obstacles businesses face that IT infrastructure decisions go through achingly.

For streamlined and systemic internal communication, we will help you get through this stage by implementing a tried and true practice – Cloud Implementation Base.

Unsuccessful experience

We can help If you’re frustrated with a past attempt or current migration that may have resulted in:

  • performance drop,
  • security gaps,
  • crashes,
  • disruption of the workflow and drain of human resources

First, we will help resolve the existing problems by analyzing what mistakes were made.

We will then design and carry out the migration without repeating these mistakes and with little to no downtime.

Our experience also means using battle-hardened tools, not untested ones, as migration is not a time for experimentation.

Knowledge & skills shortage 

A common cause of project migration failure is a simple lack of internal specialists who can understand legacy systems and the cloud to successfully carry out the transformation. 

This is often paired with clients’ insufficient or outdated knowledge of their legacy systems’ architecture, performance, security, and scalability.

In addition to certified knowledge of current cloud services, our engineers are also well-versed in system administration and networks, which is necessary for migrating legacy servers. 

We’ll audit your current infrastructure and assess its workloads flow, identify all the necessary nuances and bottlenecks, and migrate to the cloud correctly.

keyvisual svg

Key migration stages


As we meet and discuss the project, we determine the strategy and type of migration.

2.Cloud Implementation Base

This is creating a communication group for efficient collaboration.

3.Infrastructure Assessment

A dive into existing processes and audit of project systems.

4.Migration Roadmap

Planning for human resources, cost, migration velocity, and tools to be used.

5.Cloud development & migration

Solution design and carefully carrying out the migration, with necessary codebase adaptation.


We provide you with all data and docs for managing your new cloud infrastructure and offer optional managed services.

keyvisual svg

Get in touch

Ask Us

Got a question or a problem? Let's talk. Simply fill in the form and we'll get back to you soon.

    a Remote Meeting

    Friendly conversation with no commitment and sales, with or without video. We'll introduce ourselves, and you can share the issue you need help with.

    By the end of the meeting, you will have some free cloud recommendations and a great mood. Win-win and perhaps the beginning of a beautiful friendship.