You only pay for what you use, which allows you to save money. No upfront costs.
Thanks to cloud services, you won’t need to hire a big team to maintain your project, as everything is managed by the cloud provider.
Develop and grow your business efficiently, with no entry costs and scalable operational costs.
A cloud provider ensures the safety of your data.
Anything you need is already offered by your cloud provider, making the process of adjusting platform to your needs super easy.
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Is cloud the right choice for your business? If so, which platform should you go for? How to go about cloud software migration in the first place? Polidea’s DevOps will audit your solution and advise you on the best options.
We’ll set up your cloud services in GCP or AWS, according to your specific business needs.
Polidea’s DevOps will set up and move your backend to the cloud platform of your choice or the one recommended and customized by our team (GCP, AWS).
At Polidea we believe that using standard virtual machines to run app containers in different cloud vendors is not a scalable, efficient, and cost-effective solution. In the spirit of Zero Ops, we migrated our internal projects to Kubernetes—a tool for orchestrating cloud infrastructure, created and open-sourced by Google. Since we had dockerized our web apps way before, moving them to the K8s was a fast and easy task. Now our internal projects are maintained automatically on GCP, allowing our DevOps to have more time for more important (client) tasks.
Different companies and experts understand digital transformation in their unique way. Whatever definition you are familiar with, it boils down to the fact that digital transformation is about using the right digital processes and tools to make your business better.
Back in the day, we started by digitizing writing, then music, video. Later, we moved onto digitizing products. Nowadays, it’s not so simple—it’s not only about making the next mobile app, or a subscription model. It’s also about digitizing the core of your operations in order to stay in the market and keep both your clients and employees happy.
A truly digital company leads to better communication (and therefore engagement) of employees, greater business flexibility, resilience to rapid market changes, and—everyone’s favorite—increased revenue.
If you’re late to the game, here are some tips and inspirations to get you started with digital transformation of your business model.
Digital transformation of companies has been the reply to the inevitable, slow change. People were always going to work differently than a decade before, consumers were going to buy and consume products in other ways. However, with the recent COVID-19 outbreak the change started happening rapidly, giving businesses uncertainty of what’s going to happen next. Those who had their digital strategy in place before the pandemic are probably sleeping better now. But, it’s never too late—and as the history shows, whether because of the pandemic or not, digital transformation strategy is a key factor in survival for most businesses.
Here are some tips on how to approach your digital transformation strategy:
For “lessons learned”, success stories and inspiration check out these companies who approached digital transformation from the right angle:
One thing is certain: the pandemic has speeded up the digital transformation. Businesses that are not yet digital, probably won’t stay around for long. But, it’s not too late! As mentioned above—start slowly and work on the business core. Moving the infrastructure to the cloud is a huge step towards securing your business’s future. If you’re ready to make your company digital—get in touch! We have Apache committers, GCP Architects and DevOps on board who will walk you through it.