The benefits of Ubuntu in the enterprise are clear: lower costs, greater hardware and operational efficiencies, and increased availability and scalability. Canonical migration services ensure that you see these benefits when you migrate to Ubuntu.
We help you prioritise the areas of your IT environment and business that will benefit the most, so you can see the cost savings and returns on investment even sooner. Our consultants provide you with well-defined migration phases so you know exactly when and how your IT environment will improve.
Our technical consultants begin by assessing the use cases of end users and platform workloads to determine the areas of your business with the most to gain from migrating to Ubuntu.
Your existing infrastructure and applications are assessed for compatibility with Ubuntu and functional continuity so that the migration happens smoothly and without disruption to your business.
Potential cost savings are identified and the complexities of migration are defined, so you can consider Ubuntu migration with a clear view of every stage in the process.
Proof of concept
A proof of concept helps mitigate risks and tests general usability as well as specific applications. You can also test the stability and robustness of the Ubuntu platform and experience how it will perform in production. At the proof of concept stage we highlight any issues that might arise in a full deployment and plan to deal with them.
Deploy and optimise
We use proven methodologies to manage your migration, reducing potential disruptions and minimising risks. Throughout the deployment your consultant will transfer essential knowledge about systems management best practice, so your administrators can easily and securely make best use of your new platform. We also show you how to simplify hardware provisioning in your data centre to ensure a smoother and faster time to production.