13 Sep 2014

Maintaining Uptime: 4 Traits of High Performance Websites

This week, we’re starting a new project with a client who is laser-focused on improving the performance of its website. This ecommerce company knows its customers won’t stand for slow load times. And, a poor-performing site can damage its search rankings, risks it doesn’t want to take.

Small and large businesses alike are increasingly migrating their mission-critical business functions to the cloud. They are increasingly linking their success and business agility with their ability to maintain high-performance websites and services.

While cloud service providers strive to maintain 99.9% uptime rates, risk still exists. They are in regard to service providers and related to how a business’ cloud infrastructure is architected and maintained. 

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11 Sep 2014

Choosing a Cloud Infrastructure Strategy? 5 Questions to Ease Your Mind

by Flux7 Labs / September 11, 2014 / Migration, Retail 0

It’s making both business and trade headlines. You are reading all about it every day. What is it? The constant and steadily increasing buzz from organizations of all sizes about the business advantages and possibilities of adopting a cloud infrastructure.

No doubt, the cloud is increasingly seen, not just as a way to cut the costs of hardware, but as a way to drive business growth.

However, there’s still an element of fear, uncertainty and doubt about migrating a business’ infrastructure to the cloud. It tends to haunt business leaders and IT alike.

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04 Sep 2014

4 Tips to Better Decisions for Cloud Benefits vs. Cloud Computing Disadvantages

by Flux7 Labs / September 04, 2014 / Migration, Retail 0

Against the backdrop of repeated and well-publicized data and privacy breaches, businesses are continuing to evaluate cloud benefits against cloud computing disadvantages. The tradeoffs are difficult: streamlined, cost effective infrastructure vs. loss of control.

But cloud infrastructure is not sorcery or black magic. While you can expect a whole new level of automation features out of the cloud, expecting the cloud to automatically fix issues for you is unreasonable.

The cloud has come a long way over the past few decades. What was once a dream is now achievable for most businesses.

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