If you find yourself in the enviable but grueling position of having to figure out how to relocate your production data center, or perform a workload migration, migrate a DR data center or otherwise relocate or consolidate two or more data centers, you are in a unique position.

You could read that as “In big trouble,” but that does not have to be the case.   It is true that many IT professionals may not move a data center even once in their career, and it’s also true that if this high-profile project fails, it could be a darker time for your career as well!

It does not have to be that way.   Instead,  it could be one of the best projects you have ever been privileged to be a part of.   If  things go well (on-time and under budget with minimum risk) many IT staff will find a new level of respect will have been achieved.   Large successful projects tell a wonderful story!   It is not uncommon to hear that successful migration projects are “Project of the Year” in many firms.   Techniques used in those projects help to shape IT departments in positive directions for years to come.

According to Tech watchdogs Gartner Research, the single best way to achieve the “good” result is to bring in experts to help with your migration.

Altus Technologies Corporation has been doing this kind of sophisticated IT project since 1996.   In fact, it was our founders who invented the “Three Phase Approach” to data center migration that most companies use today.    We of course have continued to enhance and refine this method year after year!  We bring skills, experience,  tools (Elemental Move Database) and templates to facilitate your DB migration as smoothly as possible.    Our unique Altus Method will ensure that your risk is minimized and your migration is successful.

Migration can be a leap,  but a solid method will give you a great place to land.

Let us help you to leverage your “unique position” with this project and make sure your “position” is secure!

Contact us today for a free conversation. Visit our Data Center Resources to see how much we know about this vital area of the IT landscape.