Tag Archives: Windows Server

Azure Migration Guide for Windows Server

Need a simpler way to approach your cloud migration? Start with an honest assessment of your environment to determine what you have and whether it’s a good candidate for moving to the cloud. Next, choose your migration strategy and the approach you’ll use. Once you’ve completed your migration, you can begin to optimize for best results. Want a little help along the way? Contact us to learn how we can help you navigate the migration process and identify the strategy that best suits your needs.

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Cloud lessons learned: Four companies that migrated Windows Server

As the motion picture industry shifts to compute-intensive high definition, a top digital studio, Jellyfish, found that their rendering times in on-premises servers were driving costs up and productivity down. To combat the issue, Jellyfish turned to Azure for its open source capabilities, cost savings, and superior support. Contact us today to learn more about migrating your on-premises computing needs to the cloud and begin your path to increasing productivity and cutting costs.

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Increase business productivity with Windows Server and Azure

IDC calculates the need for data storage capacity across all media types over the next four years will exceed the entire amount of data shipped over the past 20 years. With an exponential increase in data storage capacity required by many businesses, companies are looking for cost-saving options. With platforms like Azure, your business can save during every stage of cloud migration.

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Migration guide for Windows Server

Migrating Microsoft server applications is becoming more popular as businesses want the additional functionality, flexibility, and security of the cloud. That’s why Microsoft offers a host of tools to support any migration. But the solutions are not always clear. At Bitscape, we know how to help you identify the platforms and solutions that are best for you. Get the help you need from trusted industry experts. Contact us today to find out more.

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Microsoft as an Application Platform-as-a-Service Leader to mechanize the configuration, deployment and ongoing management of application in the cloud with Azure PaaS

For many cloud services Azure PaaS is the right choice for many cloud users. Platform as a service (PaaS) is a main key Azure Component, which is useful for buyers and profitable for sellers. Microsoft Azure and Windows Server applications are finally symbiotic as well. The major goal of Microsoft Azure and Windows Server is to make Azure cloud hosted by Windows Server alternative or supplement which means Azure delivers PaaS feature to applications.

A user with Windows Server applications, Azure reinstates both the hardware and platform software. Hence, Azure relocates software licensing charges as well as maintenance costs.

PaaS is Azure’s best feature and clearest differentiator. Additionally, to limit cloud costs, PaaS facilitates hybrid cloud operation. To make this, PaaS facilitates a complete cloud software and hardware platform for applications compatible with Microsoft’s on-premises tools. Azure recommends cloud-friendly implementations on well- accepted server APIs for service such as SharePoint. As Microsoft controls the data centre version of the same APIs, it can create flexibility and hybridization into the cloud and data center.

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) allows IT department to concentrate efforts on their custom applications, not the platform they run on. With the Windows Azure, organization’s IT team can develop custom solutions and manage design, development and deployment, exclusive of the need to purchase and manage the server hardware, software, storage, security or networks which is used to deliver the solution.

Bitscape is a premier partner with Microsoft where Bitscape customer will receive a license to take advantage of Microsoft Azure’s IaaS solution. As of now Bitscape supports Azure’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering, the latest announcement provides the creation of hybrid cloud infrastructure by promoting Bitscape customers to consider Azure to power the infrastructure which undergirds its PaaS infrastructure .

As time goes Windows Azure has established and more and more organizations start looking at Azure to solve some of their needs.

PaaS benefits are more than grid computing fulfillment. Microsoft controls middleware in Azure and Windows Server, ensuring on-premises programs can take full advantage of cloud.

Clients of Bitscape have profited from this service model. If you would like to discover potential for your organization contact us to schedule a consultation.