Your key to a successful Cloud transformation

Are you ready to realize the benefits of the cloud, reduce time to insights, improve efficiency and innovation within your company? A cloud strategy is your answer.

Cloud Migration

Across the board, enterprises and companies both large and small, recognize that competitive advantage can be gained by reducing latency, i.e. reducing the time to insight and decision making within their businesses and ecosystems. However, many organizations are troubled by data silos, lack of automation, and scaling issues, which slow transformation and time to insight. Cloud migration should be on every company’s radar; whether you chose a hybrid, multi-cloud, or full lift-and-shift strategy, it have been statistically shown to reduce costs, improve scalability, and create greater efficiency. At the same time, by doing so, it creates further opportunity to create competitive advantage through things like faster time to data insight, machine learning, and NoOps scaling.

While only a small percentage of applications have actually made the transition, 91% of companies polled in a recent study say they count a transformation as part of their five-year plan. It should be easy to see why. Over 70% of IT budgets are spent on no-value operational costs, and only 30% on investing in applications and making improvements to a company’s bottom line. When utilizing the Cloud, budgets and valuable developer time can be designated where it matters - improving innovation and giving you the edge over your competitors while realizing an average annual savings of around 40%.

No matter where you’re at in your journey to the cloud, whether it’s researching options, developing a strategy, or already beginning to transition your applications, there’s no better way to proceed, than with an experienced cloud migration partner.

Why should your answer be to partner with 47 Degrees?

Migrating legacy systems to the cloud is an important step for businesses looking to advance their digital efficiency but it can be a major organizational hurdle. It’s vital to have an experienced partner in your migration and modernization efforts to expedite the move, avoid common pitfalls, and smoothly transition into reaping all the benefits of the cloud.

Using our in-depth experience in platform modernization, breaking apart siloed applications into microservices or serverless functions, and general cloud migrations, whether using Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, or a combination of solutions, our team can identify the challenges and mitigate risks before they happen. Let us craft a strategy specific for your business so you can get on with your bottom line, and not worry about deployment and infrastructure.

  • Angie's List Case Study

    The Engineering team at Angie’s List knew that they needed to transition their site to a more modern, flexible and performance-based framework like Scala. Their rapid growth was not compatible with the current .Net legacy stack and they were finding the infrastructure to be inflexible, slow, and lacking the usability they required to move forward. When they needed specific expertise from highly experienced Scala developers for the transition, the team turned to 47 Degrees.

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  • Mark Brewer

    Increasingly, organizations demand web applications that are resilient, interactive, scalable and even-driven to meet end user expectations. Reactive applications like these require sophisticated tools and middleware to build, deploy and manage them. The team at 47 Degrees has demonstrated impressive creativity and vision in this new space of reactive applications and we’re thrilled to have a working partnership as they continue to help build forward thinking web and mobile applications with Scala, Play Framework and Akka.

    • - Mark Brewer
    • CEO, Lightbend

Step into the future

Ready to hear more about the benefits of modernizing your applications, migrating to the cloud, and machine learning? Get in touch with one of our cloud specialists today.