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Microfusion Technology: Reimagining Success through One-Stop Cloud Service
For Taiwan, the cloud market is a relatively newly found child. It was not until recent years, enterprises started recognizing the benefits of transferring the traditional information systems and monolith applications from self-hosted infrastructures to a public cloud environment. Though cloud technology is fast gaining popularity across the region, most of the traditional enterprises still use on-premise IT systems, and they need to be educated and trained for moving resources to the cloud. Helping these enterprises in their journey of embracing cloud technology for business innovation is Microfusion Technology. As one of the leading international cloud platform experts in the Asia Pacific region, the company provides comprehensive enterprise cloud services in Taiwan and Asia Pacific. “We help enterprises to move their workload from on-premise to cloud through our one-stop cloud service,” says Shasta Ho, CEO of Microfusion Technology.
Established in 2007, Microfusion Technology today partners with leading brands such as Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure, Alibaba Cloud, and self-built IDC reselling these international cloud services to enterprises in Taiwan. Along with unparalleled operational expertise and industrial knowledge, Microfusion Technology leverages a multi-cloud strategy to provide customized solutions for enterprise needs. By combining multiple cloud platforms, the company builds a perfect hybrid operating environment for customers, thus differentiating itself from competitors.
Microfusion Technology assists customers at every step of transformation, whether it’s from cloud-to-cloud, earth-to-cloud, or new project-to-cloud. In the case of first-time users, the company provides educational training and hands-on for enterprises to get familiar with the technology. The pre-sales process also includes infrastructure and cost assessment to suggest how to rearchitect their workload from on-premise to cloud. Further, Microfusion Technology offers customized migration plans for customers leveraging vast knowledge in cloud platforms and local data centers. Most of the enterprises opt for hybrid first, where both on-premise and cloud are deployed. Multiplatform architects and the experienced team in Microfusion Technology ensure that the customer’s needs are taken into account, and a suitable cloud environment is availed. The company also provides 24/7 service monitoring and technical support to help customers overcome any challenges they might face. “We ensure that our customers can focus on their technology and workflow without spending headcount on monitoring resources,” remarks Shasta. Once the deployment is over, optimization of workload is carried out, which includes cost, security and compliance, and high reliability. The customers are then given customization training for the current service change and cloud service professional certification courses.
The cloud market is very competitive today in Taiwan, and the road ahead for Mircofusion Technology is definitely broad, with vast opportunities to conquer the Taiwan cloud market. “We continue to innovate and expand our operational landscape to help customers receive fast, safe, and effective access to cloud technology services,” concludes Shasta.