CLOUD ADOPTION AND INFRASTRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION
T-Rex understands the complexities that federal government agencies face when making cloud migration and data security decisions. We consider it our job to predict, perform, and protect. The experience, lessons learned, and best practices we’ve gained performing major cloud migration projects can help government agencies navigate cloud migrations, mitigate risk, save time and money, and improve benefit-to-cost ratios.
The T-Rex formula for successful cloud adoption combines smart people who love their work, repeatable and standardized processes, and deep technical expertise. We have implemented a secure, public-facing hybrid cloud and on-premise infrastructure that hosts a System of Systems (SoS) comprised of more than 50 systems and hundreds of applications. This includes achieving timely Authority to Operate (ATO) for systems migrated to AWS GovCloud and Azure. The SoS scales to support as many as 250 field offices and up to 600k concurrent users, accessible through a variety of means and mobile devices.
CAPABILITIES, SERVICES, AND TOOLS
- Migration of Legacy Applications to Cloud
- Operational Governance Control
- Disaster Recovery Planning
- Infrastructure as Code
- Infrastructure Virtualization
- Software as a Service
- Platform as a Service
- Infrastructure Engineering for On-Premise Cloud and Private Cloud
- Hadoop and Dynamic Scaling on the Cloud
- FISMA Compliance
- AWS GovCloud
CASE IN POINT
General Services Administration (GSA)
T-Rex supports GSA through infrastructure engineering, development, and implementation. Our team strives to achieve cost-reduction goals while limiting application availability requirements. T-Rex assists with ongoing initiatives including supporting the GSA CIO’s vision for implementing a cloud-first infrastructure. Our team helps GSA achieve IT modernization objectives, including retirement of legacy mainframes and migration to cloud service providers. T-Rex also helps the GSA CIO initiative with integrating open source technologies, resulting in large-scale adoption of the LAMP stack, utilizing Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, and more.