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A solid business plan and technology roadmap is essential for providing reliable, scalable, and practical solutions to users, whether in-house facilities or hybrid/public infrastructure.

A thoughtfully constructed technology roadmap will help align your business's short- and long-term goals and provide detailed insight into how those goals can be achieved. They’re also imperative in assisting companies to stay up to date with industry trends and ensuring that investments in technology are compatible with your workforce long-term.

For two decades, Derive Technologies has been enabling legacy computing systems to evolve, as well as constructing new cloud platforms from the ground up to meet clients' increased demand for robust cloud-based services.

Derive helps customers through their cloud journey, utilizing powerful server, networking, and storage technologies along with the newest hyper-convergence and cloud technologies. Our solutions include hybrid cloud, public cloud, and private cloud facilities, plus virtualization, IoT, and edge computing capabilities - from partial technology refreshes to ground-up new data center construction.

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Derive's analysts are well-equipped to solve any client business objectives by leveraging both cloud and legacy on-premise assets.

Our team of experienced professionals provides the necessary advisory and implementation services that ensure a cost-effective, scalable, and reliable cloud infrastructure.

With many options for implementing this type of platform—private, public, and hybrid models—Derive prefers to work with clients from the inception phase of their cloud journey. This enables us to map out key steps and the end-state vision accurately.

The Derive Cloud Architecture Discovery Workshop is designed to provide guidance and insight in aligning business strategies with the organization's IT setup and cloud computing capabilities. Our knowledgeable experts will analyze existing technology and infrastructure, understand key organization objectives, and align every architectural proposal to meet those goals.

This holistic approach to developing cloud solutions ensures that every technical detail is considered when making decisions about design and implementation.

The most significant benefits of leveraging cloud technology include the following:

  • Reliability – Major cloud service providers offer extensive data mirroring, backup, and disaster recovery capabilities to guarantee continuous app and data availability. This means that should the worst happen, your customers can be assured that their applications and data will remain safe and accessible.
  • Fast scalability – Cloud providers offer extensive data mirroring, backup, and disaster recovery for continuous app and data availability. With virtually unlimited resources, they can provide IT solutions in an hour or less, helping businesses stay agile.
  • Productivity – Many management tasks can be offloaded to your cloud provider, freeing IT resources for more pressing tasks and putting more time back in your pocket
  • Cost rationalization – The pay-as-you-go model allows businesses to pay only for the resources they use without investing in hardware or other physical assets. This could potentially lead to significant cost savings compared to traditional CAPEX investments while also providing greater scalability, flexibility, and automation in managing IT resources.
  • Universal access – Cloud computing enables businesses to provide seamless access to applications, data, and resources from any device or location. This is particularly beneficial for remote workers and companies with multiple locations or offices worldwide.


Derive suggests beginning this project with a short workshop that develops an architecture blueprint and outlines the cloud initiative, rationale, activities, and dependencies. This will produce a roadmap for constructing a future-proofed infrastructure while establishing the requirements for ongoing maintenance.

Derive is the leading provider of reliable and personalized datacenter and cloud migration services in the NYC area. Using advanced technologies such as automation and machine learning, they leverage their expertise to develop the most efficient plans for migrating data securely and cost-effectively.

Derive's migration solutions are tailored to each customer's unique needs, providing a comprehensive, end-to-end experience that ensures minimal downtime and maximum efficiency. From planning, budgeting, technical support, and post-migration maintenance, Derive takes care of all aspects of successful cloud migrations.



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