Since 2007, we’ve strived to answer this question:
“Without redoing our application from scratch, What is the Best Way to Deploy our Application Online?”
While our clients understand their applications best, we understand the infrastructure marketplace better.
We can help you answer these questions:
There are a ton of factors here, we can help you with some key metrics to look at and give you an understanding of cost without obligation.
The cloud gave you economies of scale and efficiency. You may have outgrown the cloud, and you now have your own economy of scale. We have metrics and case studies that can help you know your options.
There are many point solutions out there that may specialize in hosting your specific legacy application. Mainframes, IBM iSeries, pSeries, Client/Server, and 3-tier web applications all have specialty hosting providers that won’t use your application to learn.
There’s no easy fix for legacy applications and refactoring is difficult. We’ve seen some fantastic emulation of legacy platforms that will allow you to jump into x86 based hardware which is not only cost-effective but available in abundance.
We have the craziest database of colocation providers you’ve ever seen. Go ahead, ask us anything about colocation.
This is also something we keep track of aggressively. Ask us, we’d love to provide you answers.
We have access to global fiber maps. If it’s been buried in the ground and its fiber, we probably know about it. 🙂
This is one of our specialties. Let us know what your IT stack looks like, and we can answer this without a problem
This is a tricky question, as with everything IT, it depends, but we’d love to help you figure it out. We can share some case studies or take a peek at your application to see.
The ColoAdvisor team consists of engineers that used to develop solutions for clients at Verizon, AT&T, Exodus, NaviSite, Hosting.com, and other firms. Rather than be limited to a single firm’s products, we learn about every product available in the marketplace and capture it into our database. We’d love to share with you what we’ve learned.