“It’s our mission to stay ahead and outshine market competition. Businesses need to accelerate IT by reducing complexity and enabling more flexible, agile service delivery,” adds Glahn. Atlantix features an enterprise level partnership with VMware, which empowers the company to effectively design and deploy virtualization solutions and virtual IT infrastructures, assisting customers in rapidly increasing ROI.
With organizations moving from physical to virtual (P2V) environments, Atlantix offers support in decision making, planning, and implementing the right hardware components while helping clients select the right devices capable of handling multiple operating systems at the same instance. Supporting these transitions, Atlantix Global also provides customers with Asset Recovery options: extending the life of a company’s existing infrastructure and subsequently maximizing the ROI on technology assets via resale and recycling.
“In today’s environment, most CIOs are challenged by the decisions around migration to the cloud, and maximizing value on equipment to be replaced can help ease—and reduce expenses— during the transition to cloud and P2V initiatives,” says Glahn.
“Our VMware partnership falls in line with this strategy, consolidating server infrastructure, maximizing compute scalability while lowering costs for our customers,” says Glahn. Additionally, Atlantix helps enterprises to seamlessly extend on-premise networks to the cloud and to integrate on and off-premise resources with the latest VMware Cloud Technology.
Atlantix features an enterprise level partnership with VMware, which empowers the company to effectively design and deploy virtualization solutions and virtual IT infrastructures, assisting customers in rapidly increasing ROI
This simplifies cloud migrations, both in and out of the cloud, and makes the hybrid cloud a reality.
In addition, to eliminate the P2V complexities in moving current physical workloads to virtual machines, Atlantix Global offers P2V migration tools which automate the entire process, saving valuable time and resources. It is further supported through discussions around the virtualization ecosystem, like identifying a compliant cloud partner who can directly integrate into private cloud environments or about new technologies (like hyper-converged) to foster an understanding of what it is and aid in assessing the business impact.
Since its founding in 1976, Atlantix has added value to customers within the IT landscape. Through the years, they have adapted and evolved as the world of technology and customer needs has continued to change. Atlantix Global has successfully helped organizations to consolidate their existing infrastructure through latest virtualization techniques and best practices. Besides carving a niche in the VMware arena, Atlantix Global is pushing the envelope to augment IT offerings and services through several mergers and acquisitions, and also by expanding into more locations, worldwide. Over the past 18 months, the company has also invested heavily in their engineering teams and testing technology to strengthen its data sanitization capabilities, particularly in wiping/sanitizing hard drives on a large scale.