Wherever you are in cloud adoption we can help


You’re new to the cloud. It sounds promising and you’d like to validate the benefits by taking a test drive. If that proves out you’d like a plan for further adoption of the cloud. Learn more about how we can help you determine your game plan for cloud migration.

Early Adopter

You’ve gotten your feet wet in the cloud but your “expertise” is in the hands of a few, the business benefits need articulation, you need a unifying technology plan and a strategy for expansion. Let us work with your team to take it to the next level.

Enterprise Expansion

You’ve built some key applications in the cloud but are seeking help taking it to the next stage – defining a reference architecture, adopting DevOps, tightening security and hardening infrastructure. BDG has the experience and talent to help you reach cloud maturity.

Azure is the fastest growing cloud platform with 124% year over year growth in Q4 2015 according to Synergy Research Group. Boston Data Group has been a long standing Microsoft partner and early on embraced Azure for its range of services, scale-ability and security. Today we are an established Azure partner with experience and expertise on our side as we assist our clients in leveraging Azure’s virtual compute power and platform services to benefit their businesses.

To get started, download The Developers Guide to Microsoft Azure.

CLIMB: Cloud Implementation Baseline
Beginning with a workshop engaging key players, we quickly transition to tactical implementations to establish traction. Once benefits are established we help with early strategic initiatives and begin the journey to operational maturity - all based on an evolving plan.

Cloud Application Development
From proof of concept to pilot, from tactical project to strategic initiative, we have the skills and resources to implement solutions, either as part of your team or on a fixed fee project basis. Let us show you what we can do.

Enterprise IT: Adopting a Cloud Platform

A guide for IT leaders.
Today, most of the computing and storage resources that your organization uses are most likely in your own datacenter. Over time, however, expect this functionality to migrate to cloud platforms. They’ll be cheaper, and outsourcing computing infrastructure will let your organization focus less on running IT and more on getting the benefits that IT provides. Download the "Enterprise IT: Adopting a Cloud Platform" eBook to learn more.

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