Driving Cloud Migration and Adoption with New Modules
The new modules help the enterprise in taking on the complexities and roadblocks for mass onboarding to multi-cloud surroundings.
FREMONT, CA: Businesses looking forward to defying migration of large, complex workloads cross hypervisors involving cloud environments can pick RiverMeadow as their solution partner. The enterprise, which is a foremost source of cloud migration software and services has brought in the latest modular capabilities to drive partner and customer migrations in a single unifies platform. “As an early innovator in mass migration automation, Rivermeadow has built a robust migration platform that specifically solves the migration problem at an unparalleled price-point for both CSPs and end-customers,” says Jim Jordan, RiverMeadow’s CEO.
Ranked among CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising Cloud Solution Providers 2019, the organization has taken a step ahead in cloud migration by designing the new modular platform. The outcome of tens of thousands of immigration along with relevant partner and customer input has made way for the integration of new capabilities. For mass onboarding to multi-cloud surroundings, the advancement is also made to address the complexities and roadblocks involved. “What we have focused on building is an extensible platform that provides partners and customers capability and flexibility,” points out Michael Kent, RiverMeadow’s CTO.
Four integrated modules are presented in the latest Platform:
Project Management Module: The module involves adding and managing new users, creating a project, assigning resources, operating licenses, executing, and managing the projects. Additionally, more features like move-group management, reporting, move-group, and project status will be added soon.
IT Asset Discovery Module: The component entails application dependency mapping, asset and application discovery, cloud pricing comparisons, move-group creation, and cloud sizing based on actual workload resource consumption.
Migrate Module: Migrate Module comprises of agentless, live, block and file-based, pre-flight checks, application-centric migrations, open Application Programming Interface (API), automated OS upgrade capability; data seeding and data seeding, continuous sync.
Optimize Module: The module is upcoming and will involve cost management, instance, or Virtual Machine (VM) scheduler, build data protection profiles, tagging policies.
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