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From fully integrated Delivery Teams to actionable DevOps plans tailored to your organization, let us help you adopt DevOps and agile methodologies for faster delivery of IT services, features, and apps.
Hybrid, multi-cloud, hyperscale, and on-premise infrastructure can be tough to orchestrate and administrate. Green House Data has the dedicated support and technical staff to help you manage complex IT environments.
IT modernization is top of mind for many CTOs and CIOs. Whether your base platform is an on-premise data center, hosted in the cloud, or colocated, Green House data can help you migrate to modern platforms and gain efficiency and reliability.
In this introduction to Azure DevOps features for team management, learn how to manage your team workloads including work items, testing, and code. Take advantage of work visualization and tracking features to measure your work and how it integrates with your portfolio and platform.
Green House Data has passed a rigorous independent audit to certify our staff capabilities and corporate processes around Microsoft Azure technologies. Trust your hyperscale cloud project to an MSP who can pivot and scale based on your desired business outcomes, regardless of the workload, application, or offer at hand.
Green House Data’s SpotLITE Discovery Process showed us how we could right-size our data center needs and cut out 30% of the cost by eliminating redundancies. What we thought we needed wasn’t the case and Green House Data gained our trust when they pointed this out instead of turning a blind eye and letting us over build and over spend.
Avid has a lot of specific requirements around individual apps. Green House Data learned the “snowflakes” that make the business work and delivered the deployment on time and on budget.
They are very knowledgeable and anticipate our needs in a way I didn’t think was possible from a vendor.
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Every time I talk to one of our cloud team members at Green House Data, I feel like I learn something new about Azure.
Green House Data was onsite last week at Microsoft Ignite. We had some incredible conversations at our booth about Azure, PowerApps, application modernization, DevOps, Windows Server end of support, and more. Of course, while we were working the floor, Microsoft made a bevy of product announcements around core products and services that are sure to shake up your IT world! I’m super excited about these new developments, so here are my top takeaways from the show.
Data migration takes many forms, including moving data between storage locations or mediums, changing the format of the data, and sharing or importing data between applications. It’s required when retiring a legacy system, introducing new apps or services, migrating to the cloud, or consolidating your data center.
Data storage can be a complicated beast thanks to the myriad ways data grows and integrates with various components of your IT infrastructure. A secondary goal of any data migration project should therefore be data management itself, reducing complexities introduced by application logic, customization, governance, and other entanglements.
Regardless of the destination of your data or the business drivers behind the migration, you’ll need to extract your data, modify it, and perform the actual data transfer. Detailed planning and risk evaluation are key before proceeding, especially as you are likely to handle some sensitive information.
It happens to everyone at some point. Your budget gets slashed; the economy tanks; you’re suddenly in the red thanks to cloud sprawl. Whatever the cause, you’ll likely face a mandatory cost cutting initiative at some point in your IT career.
While cost cutting is a reality, it is fundamentally different from ongoing cost optimization. You should be practicing cost optimization as part of your regular duties, reviewing spend and ensuring the technology, hardware, software, and services in use across your organization are serving their business need and appropriately configured in scope and performance.
By formulating and practicing a cost optimization protocol, you’ll be prepared should the day for cost cutting ever come, while also gathering evidence for the impact IT has on the overall bottom line.