Cloud Connect is Nextogen's market leading interconnection SDN platform, enabling connectivity to major cloud providers, leading internet exchanges and cross-market network infrastructure.
Cloud Connect provides secure and high speed Virtual circuits to multiple services including the main Cloud Services Providers, the market leading Internet Exchanges and others site locations in Nextogen. With a single port, a number of services can be aggregated, simplifying network designs and provisioning, all with flexible contracts and on-demand provisioning, improving return-of-investment and use of assets.
As the world’s leading automation-driven, application-focused cloud managed services provider, Nextogen emphasizes putting enterprises at the driver’s seat when it comes to cloud adoption. That includes the delivery of cutting-edge digital infra at scale seamlessly across multiple ecosystems and locations with ease and agility. Nextogen Cloud Connect, a true extension of that ambition, helps businesses design and implement private dedicated networks to multiple cloud ecosystems and SaaS platforms, on-prem environments through a few clicks, deployable via an intuitive universal interface.
- Simple, easy to use, point and click tool that is set to track, provision, scale, manage and secure cloud resources.
- Easy data and application migrations from on premise to Cloud
- Cloud infrastructure and administration services across all cloud providers we partner with.
- Easy process and shorter times compared to regular approach.
- Development, test, QA and Production migration from on Premise to Cloud.
- One click ready to use, in Cloud ETL, BI, ERP and other technology implementations and application analytics customizations.
- Users can access applications/tools/web browsers and information without buying or installing any software
- Optimal mix of enhanced agility, reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and maximum Return on Investment (ROI)
Cloud Migration Strategy:
- Consider application requirements for a cloud migration
- Inspect application performance, portability and compatibility
- Perform lab testing and hardware scalability
- Consider cloud infrastructure and on-premises network
- Get the cloud server ready with required hardware specifications
- Establish a secure communications path between the cloud-based virtual network and the on-premises network.
- If virtualized then port virtual machines directly to the cloud.
- Deploy cloud-based domain controllers, DNS servers and possibly DHCP servers (if any)
- Migrate/Install application from on premise to cloud
- Migrate binaries, code, repositories, catalogues, logs and other directories to cloud
- Create additional cloud servers and setup multi node cluster (if any)
- Map the ip address to the application in the cloud
- Test the application connectivity and performance