When it comes to cloud solutions, there is no such thing as standard. After all, no two companies have the exact same needs. That’s why the right strategy and a well-founded choice of cloud technology are indispensable for meeting your company’s specific goals.
When analysing your needs, Bechtle gives equal importance to your business processes and existing IT landscape. Based on the results, our certified IT architects will then design your ideal cloud architecture—whether it’s a private, public, hybrid or business cloud. From creating the initial concept, to deploying your solution and providing ongoing technical support, you can rely on Bechtle to deliver everything you need and then some. Choose the convenience of automated cloud service provisioning paired with the proven support of your trusted IT partner on site for professional planning, implementation, and monitoring, to make your business transition a resounding success.
Our experts will assess your existing IT infrastructure during an on-site visit. After analysing your business processes, we will then work with you to discuss your business needs and identify actual IT requirements.
Once we have completed all analyses and developed an overall concept, our experts will lay down the necessary service parameters and get down to designing your future cloud architecture.
A thorough plan is essential to ensure your migration will happen in a secure and efficient way. Our experts will develop a detailed roadmap—so we don’t miss a turn.
Finally, with all the details agreed on, we’ll get down to business and implement your new cloud solution. While it's taking shape, you can be sure that we'll keep a close eye on everything that’s happening to give you complete peace of mind.
As part of the cloud-implementation process, data is migrated to your new IT infrastructure. In this context, it is essential to have a look at your legacy data and determine whether this should also be taken along or whether archiving it will do.
Once your data is available in the new system, the infrastructure must be tested and optimised to ensure everything works as intended.
When everything is done and dusted, it’s time to train your employees. It may be necessary to provide additional on-demand support during this period. And as you begin using your cloud infrastructure, it’s recommended you monitor it to ensure that your business processes continue to function smoothly in the long term, even under various workloads.