- Strategic migration planning
- Service-oriented architecture (SOA)
- Enterprise data solutions
- Portal design and development/CMS services
- Business process management services
- Legacy modernization
- Mobile messaging services
Expert-guided migration to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
What to expect
During the engagement, a Red Hat® consultant with deep product expertise works with you to define a streamlined migration strategy that encompasses your complete stack.
Red Hat consultants are field-tested Linux® veterans who guide you through migration planning and ensure successful new deployments of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Red Hat helps you:
Map your existing ecosystem to a functionally equivalent Red Hat Enterprise Linux ecosystem.
Create a Standard Operating Environment (SOE) on which to base your migration.
Analyze the portability of your existing business applications.
Examine the risks associated with various migration scenarios and create a holistic risk-mitigation plan.
Develop a comprehensive migration roadmap tailored to your specific environment.
By involving a consultant early, you get valuable insight into migration best practices. This approach leaves you better equipped to migrate opportunistically so you can:
Maximize cost savings and efficiencies as the transition progresses.
Speed time to production.
Drive return on investment (ROI).
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