Strategic service provider combines excellence in cloud, datacenter and managed services to ensure confidence in the entire cloud journey
SANTA CLARA, Calif. & ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--InterVision, a leading IT strategic service provider and Premier Consulting Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN), today announced availability of its Cloud Migration Lifecycle Assurance (CMLA) program to provide organizations a comprehensive approach to AWS migration, ongoing operations and cost optimization. As part of this announcement, InterVision is offering a limited time promotion for a no-cost buildout of a secured AWS landing zone to accelerate migration and set the path for successful cloud adoption.
Most organizations struggle to address the evolution of challenges they face along the cloud adoption journey. InterVision’s CMLA proactively solves operational, security and financial cloud migration hurdles with a methodology that assures operational excellence, thoughtful integration of legacy technologies and ongoing cost optimization.
“Many of our clients struggle to bridge the gap between cloud initiatives and existing datacenter infrastructure, and it causes friction and stall during migrations,” said Jamie Lee, CRO at InterVision. “The combination of our 25-year legacy of supporting clients in their datacenters and our cloud accolades eliminates the knowledge gap between legacy and cloud systems. With CMLA we are able to prevent stall and mitigate poor security, cost and performance hygiene.”
InterVision’s Cloud Migration Lifecycle Assurance is available in three support models to address cloud skills gaps throughout the adoption lifecycle:
- Self-service: AWS migration performed by InterVision with transitional operational support supported by InterVision professional services on an as-needed basis
- Co-managed: AWS migration performed by InterVision with quarterly cost, architecture and operational reviews and targeted ongoing professional and/or managed services support
- Fully managed: AWS migration performed by InterVision with ongoing operational support delivered through AWS Managed Services by InterVision (AMS by InterVision)
“It's hard enough to migrate to the cloud. On top of that, midsize enterprises are being asked to optimize the financial and performance aspects of the cloud alongside managing the growing environment with best-practice adherence, which puts a ton of pressure on hiring and maintaining talent,” said John Gray, CTO at InterVision. “Through CMLA, we alleviate that pressure and make cloud-first happen for our clients.”
As a limited time promotion, InterVision is offering a secured AWS landing zone built at no cost to CMLA clients. For this offer, certified AWS engineers will build a secure, multi-account AWS environment based on best practices and enable cross-account networking ready to connect to existing networks.
This announcement comes on the heels of InterVision’s recent achievement of the AWS Migration Competency Partner and Premier Consulting Partner status, the top tier of the global AWS Partner Network (APN).
For more information about CMLA and InterVision’s services, visit https://www.intervision.com/cloud-solutions/cloud-migration-lifecycle-assurance/.
About InterVision Systems
InterVision’s mission is to unlock value by delivering innovative technology through a consultative approach. As a strategic service provider, the company delivers innovation through a broad portfolio of IT managed services, on-premise solutions, professional services, cloud solutions, automation and consulting services that organizations need to thrive in today’s dynamic IT market. InterVision’s vendor-certified sales and engineering staff have specialized expertise in all areas critical to IT environments. The company has regional headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif. and St. Louis, Mo., as well as offices and data centers in the Central and Western U.S. For more information on InterVision’s offerings, visit www.intervision.com.
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