Data Center Hardware
New & Pre-Owned data center hardware solutions to fit the IT infrastructure your business needs.Learn More >
Our global third party maintenance will help reduce operating costs while increasing flexibility.Learn More >
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As a value-added retailer (VAR), Cloud Rush resells new data center hardware, networking, and software solutions that provide value beyond your organization’s order fulfillment. Work together with us to architect, deliver and support your on-premise hardware needs.
Currently, our team supports the following:
New Surplus and Refurbished Hardware
Sometimes, new OEM hardware does not fit the requirements or budget of your on-premise data center IT solutions. Cloud Rush offers our clients high quality, reliable, new-in-box, and refurbished hardware from leading manufacturers from outside the channel, which can be beneficial due to typical manufacturer lead times. This gives you access to the latest technologies coupled with proven pre-owned hardware at the best prices. Lowering your capital expenditures and extending your asset lifecycle with this hardware makes it an attractive option.
Here are the manufacturers offered:
Our organization’s roots stem from on-premise data centers so we understand the value of on-premise IT hardware solutions. Cloud Rush offers on-premise solutions that are customized for your enterprise IT hardware needs. We realize that not all organizations are ready to migrate to the cloud and want to host their own IT infrastructure on-premise. On-premise needs to be a well thought out plan that is careful about the technology that is implemented, especially regarding hardware and network setup.
Install, move, add, change can have many benefits for your business. Time is of the essence, and our IMAC solution will accelerate your install while reducing downtime.
Field Services and Staffing
Whether you are looking for field services or staffing solutions, we are here to help. Our IT Field services encompass all functions across all technology lifecycles.
IT Asset Dispositon
Proper recycling might be the most obvious way ITAD helps organizations achieve ESG goals. Electronic waste contains toxic materials that are harmful to our health and environment.
Cloud computing is a significant shift from the traditional way businesses think about IT resources. Migrating from on-premise data centers to cloud computing can provide your business with the IT infrastructure it needs to excel. We offer five migration solution models.
While the public cloud has gone mainstream, the bulk of the organization’s IT expenditures are still on-premise. Organizations will continue to modernize their core applications, allowing them to leverage the public cloud as a strategic tool for digital transformation.
The multi-cloud strategy allows your organization to choose different cloud services from different providers. The cloud-native applications are built from containers and microservices using component services from various providers. This can consist of public and private clouds to achieve end goals.
Hybrid Cloud Solutions
The hybrid cloud migration solution will combine your on-premise infrastructure or private with public clouds to provide advantages to both infrastructures. Knowing when to use this strategy can benefit your organization significantly.
Private clouds exist as the most secure option of all of the cloud strategies. The private cloud happens in a physically secure environment that the public has no access to, housing data and applications locally.
For businesses across the globe, overcoming the challenges of digital transformation and accelerating the successful adoption of cloud technologies is the order of the day. The cloud is a secure services platform that offers computing power, database storage, content delivery, and other functionalities to help businesses grow and scale. Millions of customers across the globe are leveraging cloud services to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability, and readability.
Creating a detailed plan to move your business to the cloud is critical to the success of your digital transformation. There are many key areas of operation that can be affected when an organization makes the move to the cloud.
Strategy and Planning
Defining the vision of where you see cloud services helping your organization is phase 1, step one. In this phase, we will begin to define the strategic vision and business outcomes, that will drive innovation and correlate that with your business drivers.
There are many reasons an organization might be eager to migrate to the cloud. For some, it’s a simple matter of increasing the productivity of their workforce, improving their bottom line, or preparing for acquisition.
Lift and Shift
This is the first step an organization will take in their migration journey from their current infrastructure to the cloud. It is the process of migrating a copy of your organization’s application or workload from on-premise to the cloud.
Data is the most valuable asset an organization possesses. As all leadership understands, maintaining business continuity is crucial. Even a brief lapse in workload continuity can mean thousands of lost sales opportunities, disruption to production, and compromised customer trust.
Security and Governance
With all the economies of scale aorded through cloud adoption, it is essential to understand that only through public cloud governance are costs managed, data and infrastructure secured, and realize the competitive benefits of providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Azure.
Cloud talent is expensive; it can erode away the cost efficiencies of leveraging the cloud unless you can commoditize or outsource those resources. Distributing the resource costs of managing your cloud footprint allows you to continue to realize the economies of scale that attracted you to the cloud to start with.