GATEWAY TO INNVOATION
FOGHORN ENABLES THE CLOUD
Over the past ten years enterprise with large on-premise and colocated environments have slowly outsourced back office applications like HR, marketing, CRM, and email to the cloud. With those unmitigated successes many large enterprises began to reassess their own data center investments. When hardware refresh cycles emerged, and as cloud’s cost cutting, innovation boosting advantages and security were validated by an ever competitive marketplace, cloud technologies became an important pivot point.
FOGHORN BUILDS CONNECTIONS
Over the past ten years Foghorn has built blueprints for cloud/on-prem transformation that honor existing contractual, hardware/ facility investments, and unique business needs of each enterprise. Hybrid delivers an incremental evolution to IaaS, while legacy applications also evolve. Foghorn knows how to build a successful bridge to the elastic and highly available public cloud. With Foghorn and hybrid architecture, business can evolve and zoom towards a more innovative and agile tomorrow.
With deep knowledge of AWS, GCP, Azure, and secure networking partners like Megaport, Foghorn has migrated legacy and built cloud native applications that compliment self hosted applications and business strategy.
Foghorn understands compliance and the complexity of legacy applications. After an analysis we often advocate for many workloads to remain in house, on their own private, virtualized servers. Foghorn’s custom designs have brought cloud automation, self-service provisioning, and the integration of IT management tools to Private Clouds to enable success. With existing hardware investments, Private Cloud can be an attractive option to maximize ROI.
With collective decades of experience Foghorn engineers have an intimate understanding of the varied strengths of public cloud platforms. Many Foghorn clients have found success connecting to multiple clouds to create a resilient, burstable and flexible ecosystem by leveraging the unique benefits each cloud provider brings to the table. Most monitoring, management, and governance tools that are used in house can be extended to the public cloud.From avoiding vendor lock-in to moving applications closer to customers, the reasons for MultiCloud are as numerous as the possibilities.