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Cloud Management Services

As a paradigm, cloud computing fundamentally alters the art and science of online business and represents a profound transformation in IT infrastructure. It enables the organizations to operate efficiently, provides scalability responsiveness, and drives growth and revenue.

Core-CSI works with our clients to assess the suitability for the Cloud, help them choose the precise platforms and assist them to put their best foot forward. Our key strengths are enabling our customers to analyze cloud readiness quotient and adopt cloud technologies through well-defined maturity models. We have a proven track record of successful IT implementations. We help our customers effectively utilize existing Computing Resources, analyze ROI on cloud adoption, reduce Data Center Space Utilization, Centralized Management & Upgrades and Faster Deployments of solutions into Cloud.

Our consultants work with you to assess your business cloud readiness, defining a strategy and roadmap to help you extract maximum value from your cloud solution. We help you align existing processes and procedures to your cloud infrastructure, minimizing disruption to your daily operations. We work with you to plan your migration, assess your workloads and identify key applications to migrate first, all while minimizing the transition risks. We deliver a cloud strategy that enables digital transformation:

  • Cloud Business Vision: Align cloud strategy with the business mission to create a compelling target end-
  • Cloud Value Case: Identify the costs and benefits of the next stage of your journey to the Cloud
  • Cloud Roadmap: Plot your journey through the options and activities needed to deliver the end-state
  • Cloud Transformation Plan: Identify the associated organizational changes and skills needed to unleash the true
    potential of Cloud

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Solutions

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a virtualization technology that hosts a desktop operating system on a centralized server in a data center. VDI is a variation on the client-server computing model, sometimes referred to as server-based computing.

Benefits and Features
  • Speed: Your users access virtualized applications from around the globe, but latency and bandwidth constraints are causing poor performance. Often, desktops and applications are unusably slow. Our solutions streamline user connections to virtual applications and desktops, prioritizing latency-sensitive traffic and accelerating applications, and even supporting a local speed virtual desktop infrastructure and virtual desktop architecture resulting in higher user productivity; in contrast, data and virtualized applications are managed in the data center.
  • Visibility into performance: Fine-grained visibility is critical to understanding where and why performance issues occur and safeguarding end-user productivity. Our solutions find network problems earlier, keeping virtual desktop infrastructure environments running at peak efficiency, providing broad and deep visibility and full analytical support resulting in satisfied users for increased adoption rates.
  • Scalability and Control: Users need access to their virtualized applications regardless of how many other users connect or network connection availability. But supporting additional infrastructure for peak demand and in all user locations is expensive and inefficient. Our solutions improve security and availability by centralizing virtual desktop data into data centers and scaling virtual desktops during “boot storms.” Resulting in virtual desktops that are centrally managed and controlled and high availability
  • Cost Optimization: Reduced CAPEX, On-demand VDI solutions to enable computing from anywhere.

Cloud-based Backup and Disaster Recovery

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a virtualization technology that hosts a desktop operating system on a centralized server in a data center. VDI is a variation on the client-server computing model, sometimes referred to as server-based computing.
In today’s competitive business landscape, Data is the most valuable asset. Unfortunately, the legacy backup solutions used by most companies to protect this asset do not provide the security or scalability needed to meet the industry’s growing compliance standards.
As these needs evolve, Core-CSI architects and engineers help keep your Data secure and available with our costly disruptions. With so many cloud-centric options out there, however, how do you know you’re choosing the right one? The answer lies in choosing a partner who understands your situation and knows how to help in partnership with Amazon and Microsoft Cloud solutions, Core-CSI offers our customers enterprise-level backup and disaster recovery options NIST 800-34 compliant solutions. Our value is providing resources who understand this technology and can work with existing systems, application and database owners to manage activity.

Amazon Web Services Backups and Disaster Recovery

Amazon Web Services (AWS) storage solutions are designed to deliver secure, scalable, and durable storage for businesses looking to achieve efficiency and scalability within their backup and recovery environments, without the need for an on-premises infrastructure.

Benefits of Using AWS for Disaster Recovery
  • Fast Performance: Fast disk-based storage and retrieval of files.
  • No Tape: Eliminate costs associated with transporting, storing, and retrieving tape media and associated tape backup software.
  • Compliance: Fast retrieval of files allows you to avoid fines for missing compliance deadlines.
  • Elasticity: Add any amount of data quickly. Easily expire and delete without handling media.
  • Security: Secure and durable cloud disaster recovery platform with industry-recognized certifications and audits

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery

Microsoft Business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) with Azure Site Recovery Services help Core-CSI customers keep data safe apps/workloads running when planned and unplanned outages occur. Azure Recovery Services contribute to your BCDR strategy:

  • Site Recovery service: Site Recovery helps ensure business continuity by keeping your apps running on VMs and physical servers available if a site goes down. Site Recovery replicates workloads running on VMs and physical servers to remain available in a secondary location if the primary site isn’t available. It recovers workloads to the primary site when it’s up and running again.
  • Backup Service: In addition, the Azure Backup service keeps your Data safe and recoverable by backing it up to Azure.

Benefits of Using Microsoft Azure Site Recovery
  • Simplicity: Site Recovery helps set up and manage replication, failover, and failback from a single location in the Azure portal.
  • Replicate Azure: VMs. Replicate on-premises VMs and physical servers to Azure or a secondary on-premises location. Replication to Azure eliminates the cost and complexity of maintaining a secondary data center.
  • Keep Data resilient and secure: Replicated Data is stored in Azure storage with the inceased resilience in the event of failover the Azure VMs are created based on the replicated data. Site recovery orchestrates replication without intercepting application data.
  • Keep recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) within organization limits: Site Recovery provides continuous replication for Azure VMs and VMware VMs, and replication frequency as low as 30 seconds for Hyper-V. You can reduce recovery time objectives (RTO) by integrating with Azure Traffic Manager integration. Meet RTOs and RPOs.
  • Keep apps consistent over failover: We configure recovery points with application-consistent snapshots. Application-consistent snapshots capture disk data, all data in memory, and all transactions in process.
  • Test without disruption: Our customers can quickly run failovers tests to support disaster recovery drills without ongoing replication.



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