Purpose-built migration to the Google Cloud
Migrate to the Google Cloud Platform for Free
Velostrata’s purpose-built migration solution for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) allows you to easily move your enterprise workloads to the same future-proof infrastructure Google uses for its own end users.
All the capabilities you need to migrate to the Google Cloud Platform are provided free of charge. With just a few clicks, your migration begins and you’ll see your applications start in the Google Cloud within minutes.
Designed specifically for enterprise-grade cloud migration.
Your applications up and running within minutes.
Agentless architecture eliminates the need to install and configure agents on servers.
Migrate hundreds of servers per day with modest bandwidth usage and minimal labor costs.
Test clones provide non-disruptive validation of in-cloud performance prior to migration.
Roll back to on-premises environment anytime.
Data migrates and synchronizes transparently in background while applications are running in the cloud.
Significantly lower labor costs per server and runbook automation enables easy migration of multiple, multi-tier application groups.
Short, predictable downtimes deliver maximum uptime while built-in WAN and cloud optimization reduces bandwidth requirements.
Migrate, Don’t Replicate
At Velostrata, we take migration literally. This means safely MOVING your workloads to the Google cloud without the complications, delays, and side effects of replication-based approaches. In fact, with Velostrata, the downtime for cutting over your applications (or servers) to the cloud is predictable, with most workloads taking less than 10 minutes to run in the cloud.
And, whether you have gigabytes or terabytes of data, our ability to de-couple compute from storage allows you to meet required performance in the cloud within minutes, while data is streaming live in the background. For peace of mind, we maintain a safety-net that lets you revert back to on-prem in minutes and with latest, consistent workload state and data.