Dustin Milberg, InterVisions Field CTO of Cloud Services, explains why people are the foundational aspect of a shift to the cloud.
From the dozens of new announcements at 2020's AWS re:Invent, by far the two categories with the most announcements have been in the areas of compute and machine learning. While attempting to summarize those here would not do them justice, I'd like to highlight three of the most interesting and eye-popping ones as we begin 2021.
InterVision executed the DRaaS solution to AWS, then tested it for verification. It has given them confidence in recovery, freed up their IT team to focus on other priorities, and has enabled the ability to scale as the company grows.
This project allowed TaskUs to keep its people safe across the globe at a time when their competition struggled to do so.
Traditional norms were no doubt disrupted in 2020, which makes 2021 predictions a big question mark of how things will evolve. As we reflect on lessons learned from 2020, one commonality among those we saw thrive is that being prepared for the uncertain means pivoting your company toward a stance that emphasizes agility, speed and security.
As stay-at-home measures have accelerated the need for production workflows that can be performed remotely, DirecTV has delivered for its workforce and led the industry in overcoming this challenge.
This project was an example of CMLA is action: The client benefits from reduced IT infrastructure cost, faster availability to student data, and greater security.
Confidence in your AWS services provider is crucial to the migration process and operations thereafter. And confidence in a provider is built over time, with alignment to your IT team and company in an understanding of your objectives both now and for the future.
InterVision Announces Cloud Migration Lifecycle Assurance (CMLA) Program | Strategic service provider combines excellence in cloud, datacenter and managed services to ensure confidence in the entire cloud journey
The client and AWS were extremely impressed with InterVision's pace and ability to herd multiple activities into a cohesive momentum for cloud migration, so the project could hit its deadline with a quality rollout.