Deliver value, not servers
The question today is not whether to move to the cloud but which cloud providers and how quickly. On-demand access to global infrastructure enables teams to own the delivery and operation of their products. Nerdery partners with your technology team to deliver a scalable architecture, solid security, and pragmatic risk and compliance management.
How We Help
Migrate to the Cloud
Leveraging our experience with Amazon, Microsoft and Google, we can help you choose the cloud provider best suited for your company and prioritize which apps should land there first, and how. By migrating your workloads to the cloud, you increase profitability by focusing on the problems that matter to your business, not the infrastructure around them.
With expertise across a full range of cloud services, we simplify the options and design the right approach to manage your workloads. Through cloud-native design, you are able to capture business opportunities faster through confident security, rapid iteration and meaningful experimentation.
Security is concern number one in the public cloud. Understanding how traffic flows in your virtual network and the impact to your company’s risk profile of using any given cloud service is a challenge. By taking full advantage of cloud-specific security services, you can architect a highly secure environment without slowing down the pace of innovation. Let us help you build your cloud governance plan and put the necessary controls in place.
We recently partnered with a large pet adoption website to modernize its infrastructure in AWS. By utilizing OpsWorks, CloudFormation and RDS, we helped them scale at high traffic times and save money in addition to automating their infrastructure and deployments. A continuous pipeline allowed us to develop and deploy at a faster pace with fewer bugs being pushed to production. At the beginning of the engagement, 12 hours were needed to deploy to production — all with the site offline. Deploying to production now takes 30 minutes, while the site remains live.