While cloud strategies naturally focus on applications, Rahi recognizes the importance of placing data in an environment that provides the greatest value. After all, data is the lifeblood of business, driving decision-making, logistics, and customer service. Any workload or application moving to public cloud must understand how customers use their data, from risk mitigation, monetization, and value extraction.

What Goes and What Stays?

By migrating data to the public cloud, customers can apply analytics, machine learning, and other advanced technologies. This allows customers to gain predictive insights without investing in on-premises solutions. The public cloud also makes data accessible across the extended enterprise, and provides near-infinite scalability to support continued growth.

However, there is also data that cannot be moved to the cloud due to business or security requirements. Increasingly stringent regulatory and privacy mandates may also demand a platform that meets certain standards, or is located in a particular geography.

With a properly implemented private cloud, Enterprises can provide much of the same value found in public clouds, such as self-service provisioning and scalability, as well as the ability to provision and deploy virtual machines, containerized workloads and change or optimize their environments on-demand.

Public Cloud

Machine Learning

Advanced Technologies

Predictive Insights

Private Cloud

Business Requirements

Regulatory and Privacy Mandates

Security Standards

Geography

Get Started with a Cloud Consultant

Rahi’s cloud consultants can meet with stakeholders throughout the organization and help develop a data strategy that effectively leverages both the cloud and on-premise infrastructure. The Rahi team then helps customers build a plan to migrate their applications and data to the right environment based upon cost, performance, security, and other business critical factors.