Our cloud expertise is supported by decades of experience in designing, building, deploying and securing converged, hyper-converged and on-premises infrastructure solutions as well as complex networking environments.
Combining AWS expertise with hands-on experience across cloud and related technologies, WWT customers get the best of both worlds when developing hybrid cloud solutions — from initial strategy and planning through execution and optimization.
WWT uses a phased approach in our cloud migrations. Our AWS Outposts-related services include:
While organizations can customize compute and storage capacity when ordering AWS Outposts, integrating Outposts into an existing solution may require both cloud and on-premises expertise. WWT experts are ready to use our extensive technology integration experience to streamline and optimize your AWS Outposts deployments:
> We right-size how AWS Outposts fits into your on-premises architecture.
>> Our experts walk you through procurement and the environmental requirements for obtaining and deploying AWS Outposts.
>>> We optimize network connectivity to Outposts between your on-premises facilities and multiple AWS Regions.
>>>> Result: An AWS Outposts solution designed for high availability and redundancy.
WWT’s established cloud practices and software development teams are dedicated to educating, guiding and assisting customers throughout the process. We have a strong customer base in public sector, manufacturing and engineering, financial services industry, telecom, healthcare and life sciences, and more.
Customers can test and evaluate AWS Outposts configuration in the ATC, an industry-leading testing and research lab that is staffed by industry-recognized experts across any imaginable technology discipline. Within the ATC, WWT can simulate complex customer environments with exact equipment and specifications and reduce evaluation time.
AWS Outposts meets the growing demand for hybrid cloud use cases in public and commercial sectors. We’d love to hear your use cases and discuss how the ones we are currently testing may be relevant to your organization.