Announcing support for VMware on IBM Cloud Bare Metal

We are pleased announce that the Akasia Infrastructure Modeler now supports modeling VMware on IBM Cloud Bare Metal. Bare metal systems in the cloud are a popular destination for migrating on-premise VMware environments. After having invested deeply in their VMware...

Akasia releases support for VMware on Azure

AIM provides customers with granular planning, cost assessments and bill of materials for transitions from on-premise environments to VMware on Azure June 13th, 2019, Santa Clara — Akasia, Inc., today announced the availability of Akasia Infrastructure Modeler (AIM)...

Cost Implications of various cloud compute options

Cloud platforms offer several compute options that have significant cost implications. As you are planning for the cloud make sure to examine the characteristics of your workload and then select the most suited compute option. In this blog we compare some cloud...

The Deep Discovery Conundrum in Cloud Planning

Is it essential for a cloud planning tool to provide deep discovery? In our experience in the last 12 months modeling over 750K machines for the cloud we’ve seen two diametrically opposing requirements for deep discovery. Read more about these opposing...

AWS vs. Azure – A Features Comparison

AWS vs. Azure – A Features Comparison In August we worked with a client who was evaluating AWS and Azure as potential destinations for their on-premise applications. We created a chart comparing the high level features of AWS and Azure. The chart showed interesting...