Redcello delivers business value to organisations by helping take the complexity out of cloud consumption and being the thread that pulls all your IT infrastructure tightly together in one orchestrated and coherent fabric.

Here’s our take on best practice for reducing cloud complexity:


If it’s less complexity you seek then the chances are things are currently pretty complicated for you. That’s why employing a very efficient methodology for rapidly and accurately assessing your existing infrastructure, processes and workflows would best serve your interests. This needs to include an assessment of business need and user demand, as well as your contractual position regarding SLAs in force with existing cloud providers.


Having examined the existing set-up, found out and agreed where the challenges are (and how Redcello can help), it’s time to move briskly on to the planning stage to explore where cloud services should and could make a real difference to the business. The simple truth is that very few organisations make the wholesale move to cloud; it’s something normally approached gradually. The real challenge is deciding what services and applications to move first and how they fit in with the corporate infrastructure.


Any integration process is a sensitive phase when projects can either progress as planned, or go seriously awry. But this is the very essence of cloud management and orchestration, where the desired cloud services are brought into the business and set up in such a way that business units are able to consume the services in the way they want – not in the way they were laid down before.


At the Consume stage, defined IT services are managed and controlled from a single secure self–service portal. Users get what they want; an easy, safe and reliable method of consuming the services they need, in a timely fashion. IT gets what they want; the control and governance of the company’s sensitive data. And the business gets what it wants; an efficient and cost effective IT service, productive workers and an acceptable risk profile that they can control.


OK so we don’t necessarily party, unless you really want to, in which case you can absolutely count us in. We are working on the same team after all…

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