Manningham Council’s existing server and infrastructure had reached the end of its normal life span. It was time to make a strategic decision about whether to continue supporting hardware on premises or take the leap into next-generation technology and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
Kurrajong Waratah had enjoyed competitive pricing for their network and infrastructure hosting. However, their contract approaching renewal and it was looking to cost the business twice as much to continue with the same service on the existing platform.
AAT had their hearts set upon private cloud. However, through continued interaction with Azured, began to see the merit that Azure could provide to address their end-of-life hardware concerns.
Azured were introduced to LEAP Australia to help solve a firewall issue. In resolving one network issue they learned enough about the company to see that LEAP was struggling needlessly with indifferent but expensive network connectivity.
Inner Range engaged Azured to aid them in the modernisation and cloud enablement of their in-house developed application, which was being delivered out of their head office on ageing equipment.