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.

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.

InterVision engaged with the company to migrate their datacenters to the AWS cloud, giving them the ability to market new features and capabilities, so that self-hosted clients began seeing the value of their new model.

To ensure a successful and smooth transition to AWS, it’s best to understand the full picture of your technology and business interdependencies, and the value that managed services can bring your IT staff.

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

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