Digital Resiliency Assessment
Many organizations have complex infrastructures made up of multiple data centers, colocation facilities and the cloud. While these infrastructures offer new capabilities, widely distributing your core IT business services across hybrid structures can greatly reduce the level of control and visibility available.
Our Digital Infrastructure Resiliency Assessment provides IT executives and staff with a thorough evaluation of risks, as well as the expected performance of critical services that span data centers, colocation facilities and the cloud. A digital infrastructure resiliency assessment can offer valuable insights into the overall performance of a complex system.
Has Hybrid Adoption Introduced Unknown Risks In Your Organization?
If you adopt a hybrid infrastructure, your colocation and cloud partners become a key part of your mission-critical operations.
This increases your risk due to dependency on an outside partner. What happens if they experience an outage or service degradation event?
Cloud and colocation services are becoming more popular at the same time that IT outages are becoming more costly than ever before.
Partner service-level agreements (SLAs) outline contractual obligations in the event of an outage, but who is ultimately responsible for protecting your enterprise's brand and reputation, which can greatly suffer if service is interrupted?
While owned and operated infrastructure is battle-tested and known for solid performance, many hybrid infrastructure deployments are new and still learning the ropes.
How will your new providers perform when it matters most?
An Independent Evaluation of an Organization’s Hybrid Infrastructure
Our Digital Resiliency Assessment reviews your organization's complex infrastructure and provides a measurement of how well it can deliver on specific IT services. We review the components individually and look at how they are connected and managed. Then, our team identifies key areas to focus on and any weak links. This information provides a roadmap for making adjustments to staffing, processes or technology, as well as guiding future spending decisions and strategic investments.
Another element that can come from the assessment is Tier Certification. The Tier Standard of Uptime Institute is globally recognized for measuring reliability and performance. Organizations that achieve Tier Certification display a commitment to excellence and can find high levels of uptime and efficiency.