There are countless reasons for businesses to migrate to the cloud, but one stands out among the rest: in most cases, it’s cheaper. This cost savings allows your IT department to free up budget from operational functions required to keep the lights on so that you can focus on the initiatives that create a strategic advantage for the business.
But before you can realize these benefits, it’s crucial to evaluate if the cloud is right for your environment. The best way to do that is to assess the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your current infrastructure and compare that to the cost of operating in the cloud. Maven Wave is offering a high-level, free assessment to determine how much you could save by migrating to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) with Intel Xeon Scalable processors.
Goals of the Assessment:
Understand the total cost of your current infrastructure (TCO)
Identify datacenter optimization opportunities in your infrastructure and eliminate underutilized, on-premise workloads
Estimate costs of hosting applications and clusters in GCP
Compare side-by-side cost and compatibility between GCP and on-premise/Amazon Web Services
What You Get
Benefit from potential cost savings from a detailed implementation analysis with adjustable configurations. You can save up to 50% when you migrate by “right-sizing” your VMs to match your resource needs. You’ll also get recommendations for optimizing your environment and learn whether GCP is right for your business, all with no commitment to migrating.
Maven Wave provides comprehensive support services to assist clients at every phase of their cloud journey. Learn more about how Maven Wave helps organizations to simplify the process of moving to Google Cloud, powered by Intel.