Migrating on-prem VMware workloads to VMware cloud on AWS (VMC on AWS) can be an intricate and challenging task. Effectively managing complex workload migrations encompassing many VMs and storage volumes calls for a well-structured plan coupled with the requisite engineering competencies and resources to help seamless execution.
Where do you begin?
Persistent’s cloud expertise with 30+ years of Digital Engineering experience and technological proficiency for AWS migration services bring a bespoke approach to design a comprehensive roadmap for your VMware workload migration to VMC on AWS. Partner with us to accelerate your cloud transition as we ensure a risk-free migration and help you unlock scalability and efficiently manage ongoing costs.
We provide intelligent operations to stabilize, optimize and manage your workloads.
VMware to AWS migration experts for risk-free execution
Unlock the most value from cloud and infrastructure modernization with our skilled practitioners and migration experts
30+ years of Digital Engineering experience for workload optimization
We engineer software for many of the world’s largest and most innovative
organizations and can modernize your applications as part of the migration process
Factory model approach for migration at scale
Scale your migration to the AWS environment with our proven, tool-based factory model approach for cost effectiveness.
Integrated security for compliance and governance excellence
We ensure your cloud infrastructure meets your compliance and governance requirements
Automation for optimized cloud spending
Tools for advanced automation to ensure cloud investments are fully optimized
Managed services for reducing costs and stabilizing cloud operations
We provide intelligent operations to stabilize, optimize and manage your workloads
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