Cloud and Virtualization Deliver
- Fault Tolerance
- Zero Capex
- Lower Total Costs
- Native-cloud application development
- Cloud migration (“Lift & Shift”)
- Application security
- Tradeoffs — AWS, Azure, Google, etc.
- Application discovery and workload cost study
- Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment
Twin disruptors — cloud computing and virtualization — have taken the world by storm. Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses plan, buy, utilize and think about IT resources. The main drivers are speed, flexibility, scalability, fault tolerance, zero capital expenditure — and almost always, lower total costs.
Migrating to the cloud from in-house infrastructure or from one cloud provider to another brings challenges. Some of the most important considerations are cost comparisons, migrating with minimal business impact, and refactoring to take advantage of new technologies.
NMX’s Migration Services Team has created a smooth process for organizations to leverage the power, flexibility and cost-efficiency of cloud infrastructure. We have diverse experience with migrating enterprise applications from internal hosting infrastructure to leading cloud solutions including Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack, VMWare, and various Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions. NMX can provide you with end-to-end migration of your environment to any private or public cloud infrastructure. If you are already on the Cloud and need assistance with architectural strategy, security, quality or simple optimization challenges, NMX is a 24 x 7 x 365 resource.
NMX is a cloud-native software development services company. We were among pioneers of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model in 2001, developing an enterprise-level SaaS-based predictive analytics solution used by companies throughout the world. Since the inauguration of the public cloud, we’ve developed a broad range of cloud-native applications. Likewise, we’ve migrated our clients’ applications from internal hosting infrastructure to leading cloud platforms such as AWS and Azure.
We are intimately familiar with the cloud transition challenges, including security, encryption at rest, migration of authentication systems, and simultaneous refactoring of application architecture, development stacks and tool chains.
We have deep experience with developing cloud-native applications. For example, we have helped one of our customers engineer and build an enterprise cloud management portal enabling users to compare, purchase, deploy, and manage a wide variety of cloud services. The same system provides platform-independent orchestration, role-based access control, analytics, reporting, alerts and notifications, billing, configuration management and operations dashboards.