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Cloud adoption across an enterprise is a major undertaking. Let our team of experts help your enterprise launch a successful cloud initiative so you can quickly realize the benefits of cloud technology to grow and stay competitive.
As a Qmoniqs - AWS consulting services in Gurugram- AWS effectively empowers, supports, and mentors Amazon Web Services (AWS) clients. As a global communications infrastructure, AWS offers a full range of cloud-based computing capabilities.
Qmoniqs's AWS consulting services include consulting, standardized migration, and system integration, ensuring the smooth, seamless migration of enterprise data, applications, etc. to the cloud. At the same time, based on the needs of the project, we plan the enterprises’ assets and resources in the cloud in advance. We also finish the necessary testing work in order to avoid the risk of migration. We can provide our clients with a standardized method for the migration and consolidation of applications, data, and hardware. We can also provide a customized approach to migration and deployment based on the client’s unique needs. As one of the few providers who can successfully implement full life cycle cloud deployment, Qmoniqs is committed to helping clients maximize the benefits of their cloud computing investment, making cloud migration easier and more efficient.
Our AWS Consulting Services include:
AWS Cloud Migrations
Our AWS Consultants will audit your existing infrastructure to get an understanding of the nuances of your current stack and come up with a design and strategy to implement your AWS cloud migration.
AWS Cloud Infrastructure Design & Strategy
Our AWS Infrastructure Design & Strategy Engineers use proven design patterns to ensure we are creating an infrastructure that can easily be maintained, is scalable, and is secure to meet the demands of your organization. We will design your infrastructure to be 100% codified & automated, making it less error-prone, more reliable, and stable.
AWS lets you scale globally, on demand. We architect your infrastructure for high availability and improved overall performance, offering
intrinsic flexibility throughout any enterprise life-cycle.
We can build your infrastructure using a hybrid approach of seamless connectivity between your internal data centers and your AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) for sending data upstream, downstream, or both.
Uptime is of the utmost importance, so we make sure to build out your infrastructure to be self-healing. We try to foresee problems before they happen by implementing proper monitoring, introspection, and telemetry for a totally holistic view of your AWS infrastructure.
When we build out a new AWS infrastructure we will build with security in mind from the beginning, following the principle of least privilege. By doing this we ensure your systems are secure from external threats but also internal threats like careless developers deleting something they shouldn’t.
Related to the AWS migration, many enterprise technologies, and business executives see cloud service benefits in terms of performance, cost, and stability. However, they are more concerned about cloud security issues. Cloud security faces many complex and diverse challenges, such as cloud computing data security, security challenges of application development under the cloud model, the threat of virtualization technologies for cloud computing, as well as cloud-computing stability and reliability issues. In order to implement cloud security services for enterprises, the key is to understand the clients and their needs, then design solutions for these needs.
Qmoniqs’s cloud security consulting services can help clients efficiently manage data. We can help clients reduce risk, enhance information integrity, and promote data sharing. End-to-end cloud security solutions provide clients with enterprise-level security technology to meet their strict requirements, creating separation between software and the commercial cloud platform. At the same time, it increases the capabilities of crash recovery.
AWS Application Development & Testing
Qmoniqs AWS Application Development and Testing consulting services utilize the currently popular cloud technology. It incorporates the various needs of the current development and testing. We provide cloud-based integrated solutions for development, operation, and maintenance, which encompasses the development and testing environments, project source code management, project flaws management, project progress management, and development and testing services.
Qmoniqs cloud application development and testing services help users solve hardware, servers, software, and development and testing environment configuration and management issues during project development, testing, and management stages. It enables users to have adequate time and energy to focus on project R&D, achieving agile development and quick iterations. At the same time, the integrated automated development and testing tools can provide our clients with more direct development and testing services, further resolving the users’ specific issues with development and testing.
AWS Cost Optimization and Cost Management
Cost Management is a must when utilizing the cloud because if your organization isn’t following the right patterns, your AWS cloud costs can easily get out of control. With a cost optimization audit of your infrastructure and implementation, we could help you save an estimated 30%-40% per year.
Our evolving SRE engagement model
Build, Test, Deploy, Monitor & Managed Support on AWS
We set up all the automation to control the standing up of your VPCs, VPNs, monitoring stacks, and Kubernetes clusters using tools like Cloudformation, Chef, Ansible, or Puppet.
Once changes are detected in your application’s version control, continuous integration will run the build process which creates a Docker image and ships it to your Docker registry. Additionally, for quality assurance purposes a user acceptance testing environment creates a version of the application in your cluster. Regressions are captured in the pipeline and stopped at the door prior to getting to production.
Once tests pass and the team is satisfied, the GitOps workflow updates the application running in higher environments.
Once your application has been deployed, you can then proactively monitor your infrastructure to instantly detect issues with your deployments and alert the team. Logs are aggregated, shipped, and backed up automatically.
5. Managed Support
If issues arise from failed deployments, server outages, transaction locks in your database causing 500s, and scalability concerns causing application reaping, our AWS Managed support team can handle incident management for your infrastructure. We also proactively maintain your infrastructure by handling security and patch management, health checks of your infrastructure, service upgrades, monitoring, and backups.
Migrate your business, not your servers.
Realizing the benefits of the cloud requires more than identifying which workloads to move and in what order. Embark on a true cloud transformation by embracing cloud-native thinking, forging a path customized to your state of cloud maturity, and identifying clear outcomes you are looking to the cloud to enable.
Our pipeline-driven approach and innovative platform tooling enable us to move customer workloads quickly, efficiently, affordably – and with predictable results. Most importantly, we work with customers to avoid wasteful and undifferentiated outcomes delivered by typical lift-and-shift migrations.
Our AWS cloud-migration services create tailored solutions driven by a client’s desire to translate on-premise applications and data stores, to various cloud-based infrastructures. Our collaborative, phase-based approach provides the client with immediate results in the form of enhanced scalability, extended operational performance, and expanded security, resulting in better overall commercial enterprise flexibility.
Our steps for setting up the environment for an AWS cloud migration include
Spin-up environments with best practices around VPCs
Spin up 3 private subnets in 3 different availability zones
Spin up 3 public subnets in 3 different availability zones
Setup all the proper routing and gateways
Setup framework for VPN connectivity
Setup SSH Bastion boxes (if needed)
Setup IAM policies for per VPC segmentation
Setup proper framework for Flow Log logging in each VPC
Setup load-balancer framework for sites, internal and external facing
Our AWS migration services include:
The control and management of technological costs represent critical elements when establishing the viability of a particular commercial operation. On-premise life-cycle analyses suggest that mature firms spend up to 25% of net revenue per year simply monitoring and maintaining in-house systems and infrastructures. However, these static maintenance costs can be reduced considerably by migrating a data infrastructure from an on-premise to a consumption-based cloud approach.
Because cloud operations leverage aggregated customer densities higher than normal economies-of-scale can be realized from a cost perspective. This impact amortizes technical costs, thereby allowing the client to experience a much lower price per usage value.
Increased operational performance
Since the cloud co-locates all operational elements in a central repository all applications, functions, utilities, and affiliate systems can be applied simply and quickly. This approach allows the client to leverage the additional operational speed offered by centralized, demand-based usage.
Focus on business, not technology
Necessary on-premise infrastructure responsibilities are entirely eliminated by leveraging the cloud construct. In turn, this impact allows the client additional time to identify, target, and prosecute new sales opportunities leading to higher rates of success than previously realized.
MANAGED AWS CLOUD
Managed AWS Cloud
Your cloud journey doesn’t end at migration. Operational excellence in the cloud requires new skills, tooling and thinking. Gain 24×7 access to a dedicated team of engineers to guide you as you navigate the cloud.
Getting the Metrics and Measurement right…
Successfully migrating to Amazon Web Services (AWS) is not the final step in your cloud journey; it is only the first of many, from establishing operations in AWS, right-sizing workloads, and costs, implementing security, governance, user support, and more. This journey requires the right people, processes, and time.
Our Managed AWS Cloud Services can help you eliminate complexities so you can unlock the power of AWS, focus on innovating, and equip you with technical resources and expertise for support, workload right-sizing, cost consumption analysis, and data analytics.
Our services remove the challenges of ongoing management, maintenance, and monitoring so your IT team can focus on innovation and you can reallocate IT spending to other strategic IT initiatives.
Our Managed AWS Cloud Services Approach
As a qualified member of the AWS Partner Network, Qmoniqs is able to manage operations for your AWS environment. Our approach to Managed AWS Cloud services helps organizations increase operational efficiencies and reduce risk. Qmoniqs manages the day-to-day operations of your AWS infrastructure through monitoring and a dedicated team that is there to respond to any event.
While Qmoniqs becomes responsible for your AWS infrastructure operations, you retain control to build and run your applications and focus on innovation. With our Managed AWS Cloud Services you get everything you need: Change Management, Incident Management, Provisioning Management, Patch Management, Access Management, Continuity Management, and reporting.
Our comprehensive Managed AWS Services can help you quickly plan, build, manage, and run applications in AWS. Our certified AWS professionals are dedicated to monitoring and optimizing the performance of your AWS Cloud, and if any issues arise they are there to respond and remediate them.
Our Managed AWS Cloud Services include:
AWS Cloud Monitoring & Management
AWS Cloud Right-Sizing & Cost Optimization
Application Management – Monitoring, Alerting, Remediation
Incident Management (Tier 1-3 support)
Dedicated Phone Support
Managed Backups (and testing)
Root Cause Analysis
Service Level Reporting
Global support team
Comprehensive Cloud Management Platform
Guaranteed SLAs & rapid response
Cloud training & process implementation
Dedicated PM, regular reviews & long-range planning
Secure & compliant systems (PCI/HIPAA/SOC)
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Clear insight into what you’re paying for
ITIL management processes and governance
AWS Best Practices and Recommendations
AWS BASED DRAAS
AWS Based Disaster Recovery as a Service
The AWS cloud lets you back up, store, and recover IT systems in seconds by supporting popular DR approaches from simple backups to hot standby solutions that failover at a moment’s notice. And with 12 regions (and 5 more coming this year!) and multiple AWS Availability Zones (AZs), you can recover from disasters anywhere, any time. The following information shows a spectrum for the four scenarios, arranged by how quickly a system can be available to users after a DR event.
These four scenarios include:
1. Backup and Restore – This simple and low-cost DR approach backs up your data and applications from anywhere to the AWS cloud for use during recovery from a disaster. Unlike conventional backup methods, data is not backed up to tape. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) computing instances are only used as needed for testing. With Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
2. Pilot Light – The idea of the pilot light is an analogy that comes from gas heating. In that scenario, a small flame that’s always on can quickly ignite the entire furnace to heat up a house. In this DR approach, you simply replicate part of your IT structure for a limited set of core services so that the AWS cloud environment seamlessly takes over in the event of a disaster. A small part of your infrastructure is always running simultaneously syncing mutable data (as databases or documents), while other parts of your infrastructure are switched off and used only during testing. Unlike a backup and recovery approach, you must ensure that your most critical core elements are already configured and running in AWS (the pilot light). When the time comes for recovery, you can rapidly provision a full-scale production environment around the critical core.
3. Warm Standby – The term warm standby is used to describe a DR scenario in which a scaled-down version of a fully functional environment is always running in the cloud. A warm standby solution extends the pilot light elements and preparation. It further decreases the recovery time because some services are always running. By identifying your business-critical systems, you can fully duplicate these systems on AWS and have them always on.
4. Multi-Site – A multi-site solution runs on AWS as well as on your existing on-site infrastructure in an active-active configuration. The data replication method that you employ will be determined by the recovery point that you choose, either Recovery Time Objective (the maximum allowable downtime before degraded operations are restored) or Recovery Point Objective (the maximum allowable time window whereby you will accept the loss of transactions during the DR process).
Our dedicated team of AWS experts can help architect Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solutions for your business by leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the hosting platform and our Managed Services Team as the support engine. AWS provides a robust platform to host Disaster Recovery and add additional services on demand. This helps enable our customers to achieve their internal compliance, Disaster Recovery, and business continuity needs, while also planning for future technology requirements.
Our Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Incident resolution, proactive monitoring, alerts & hardware maintenance
Disaster Recovery testing, runbook & updates
Resource, spend, policy, security & CloudWatch alerting
Analysis of infrastructure, support, security & performance
Proactive management & monitoring of AWS services
Access to automated Disaster Recovery tools