Easily integrate workloads
We help you migrate complex Microsoft workloads to AWS for greater scalability, improved performance, and increased reliability. Our team of expert developers builds, deploys, and supports Microsoft applications in the AWS Cloud using EC2 and RDS best practices for storing, securing, and managing your solutions.
Develop and deploy faster
With Microsoft Server EC2s, you can scale capacity up or down in response to changing requirements and traffic bursts and launch as few or many virtual servers as you need simultaneously. This flexibility supports rapid agile development complemented by the reliability and cost efficiencies of the AWS infrastructure.
Services We Offer
We leverage the Well-Architected Framework to migrate your Microsoft-based applications using AWS-managed services such as .NET, IIS, Amazon RDS for SQL Server, AWS Directory Service, Beanstalk and more.
Accelerated Digital Transformation
Lift and shift, refactor or fully re-platform your applications
Take advantage of unique pricing models and flexible licensing options
Access highly available global infrastructure for running your applications
SQL Server on AWS is easy to set up, operate and scale
Access to AWS Managed Services
Unlock deep functionality with the industry’s broadest selection of cloud services
Security Control and Visibility
Utilize key features and services to ensure compliance and data protection
Seamless Integration with Amazon EC2 for Microsoft Windows
Verdant’s management software solutions track, access, and update facility Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) compliance and sampling information. With a growing customer base, the company was beginning to confront scalability, reliability, and performance challenges that could not be solved with their existing on premise infrastructure. Verdant President Ron Petti engaged Five Talent to conduct a Well-Architected Framework review and support their migration to the AWS cloud.
Cost Optimization Strategies Maximize Impact for Local Non-Profit
Held in Bend, Oregon, the SELCO Pole Pedal Paddle (PPP) event is a popular annual multi-sport relay race benefiting Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation (MSBEF). Over 2500 amateur and pro athletes compete solo or as a team in the race each year. The six legs of the race include Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, biking, running, a canoe/kayak/SUP leg, and a sprint to the finish. Race Manager Molly Cogswell-Kelley asked Five Talent for a custom solution to improve race registration, team management, and results reporting as well as to reduce PPP costs.