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Cloud Consulting Company in Houston | Austin | Dallas | San Antonio | Atlanta

Our consultants are experts in migration services with IaaS, PaaS, and SasS and we are partners with AWS, Azure, Rackspace, Google, and IBM.


DESSS services to clients:

Cloud migration is necessary to bridge the gap between business needs and IT capacity.

Infrastructure is all integrated with the applications. We help to bridge the gap between business needs and IT capacity to accommodate new services, and infrastructure needs to be freed up.

Application Migration:

We migrate applications to the cloud and have a proven framework for accuracy, and to

Data Migration:

DESSS standardized Data Migration Framework to reuse the platform to enable end-to-end Migrations.

Infrastructure (IaaS) Migration:

We offer services for the migration of infrastructure to the cloud in collab

Platform Migration (PaaS):

DESSS consultants are experts and have hands-on experience in developing and migrating applications.

DESSS uses industry-proven tools to automate the migration process.

Our Business Process for migration is as below:

Study Pre-migration,   Assess Existing Architecture,   Modeling Solutions,   Execute new modeling,   Test the New Modeling,   Support Post Migration

As a Microsoft Azure partner, we helped 100+ customers with IaaS and PaaS Migration.

We provide SaaS services in Office 365, which provides an online version of MS Office Suite (Office Web Apps) along with SharePoint Server, Exchange Server, and Lync Server.

The advantages of using Cloud services are as below:

Infinitely-scalable,   Pay when you use,   No infrastructure cost,   No IT Pros required

You can build any infrastructure in the cloud and migrate from enterprises to a Cloud environment and pay when you use and cancel if you don’t need it. Just turn it on whenever you need to use it and turn it off when you don’t need it.

Could platform is very profitable for any short-term projects and can build any high-caliber infrastructure.

Major players in cloud services are:

Microsoft Azure,   Amazon Web Se

IaaS & SaaS:

Windows Azure is both IaaS and PaaS, which makes the Windows Server operating system and other features available as services.



SaaS applications run directly from a web browser without any downloads or installations required, with some needing plugins. With SaaS, it’s easy for enterprises to streamline their maintenance and support, because vendors can manage everything. 

SaaS is nothing but the same as the old thin-client model of software. SaaS moves the task of managing software and its deployment to third-party services.

Customer Relationship Management software like Salesforce is one good example of a SaaS application. SaaS applications are mostly subscription base models.

The purpose of the SaaS applications is to reduce the software cost by removing technical staff to manage to install to upgrade software.

SaaS offering types: Healthcare-related applications, Customer relationship management, Email and Collaboration



What developers gain with PaaS is a framework. The developer can build upon to develop or customize applications by acquiring with PaaS Framework. PaaS makes the development, testing, and deployment of applications quick, simple, and cost-effective.

Enterprise operations or other service providers manage OS, virtualization, servers, storage, networking, and the PaaS software itself. Developers just manage the applications.

Like we create macros in Excel, PaaS allows you to create applications using software components. Apprenda is one of the providers of private cloud PaaS for .NET and Java for the needs of enterprises.

PaaS provides a platform on which software can be developed and deployed. PaaS is built on virtualization technology. PaaS can be added as scalability and demand grow instead investing in hardware with duplicated resources.

PaaS providers: Google App Engine, Red Hat’s OpenShift, Heroku



Cloud infrastructure services, known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), are self-service models for accessing, monitoring, and managing remote data center infrastructures. Companies can purchase IaaS based on consumption, similar to electricity or other utility billing instead of having to buy the hardware outright. IaaS providers have dashboards and APIs to control cloud servers and resources. IaaS clients can access their servers and storage like traditional servers with a higher order of scalability.

Enterprises can outsource their IaaS and build a virtual data center in the cloud. The advantage is not to budget or invest in capacity planning or physical maintenance. IaaS clients have actual control over their infrastructure over users of PaaS or SaaS services. The primary uses of IaaS include the actual development and deployment of PaaS, SaaS, and web-scale applications. Many IaaS providers now offer databases, messaging queues, and other services above the virtualization layer as well. End users gain with IaaS is infrastructure on top of which they can install any required platform. Companies' IT pros are responsible for updating these if new versions are released.

IaaS Use-Case: Companies can extend current data center infrastructure for high peak seasons like increased Christmas holidays and Thanksgiving time. They don’t need to invest huge investments in infrastructure for a short period.


  • Save substantial capital costs with zero in-house server storage and application requirements.
  • Scale up or scale down quickly as your needs change.
  • Access data anytime, from anywhere: at home or on the road, and increase mobility and productivity.
  • Avoid server upgrades, data backup, hardware replacement delays, and the risk of server crashes
  • Avail reliable and flexible backup/recovery solutions.
  • High security, privacy, and compliance.



The cloud is a very broad concept, and it covers just about every possible sort of online service when businesses refer to cloud procurement,

Cloud services are usually three models of cloud service under consideration below:


Software as a Service (Saas)


Concur, Citrix GoToMeeting, Cisco WebEx, Google Apps, Salesforce, Workday SaaS Use-Case: Replaces traditional on-device software




Google App Engine, Red Hat’s OpenShift, Heroku




Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cisco Metapod, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine (GCE), Rackspace Open Cloud, IBM SmartCloud Enterprise.




The cloud is a very broad concept. It is important to understand the fundamental differences between the core categories of cloud services available.

We can see the high-level differences between SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.

DESSS   provides a brokerage service for IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS.  Please contact us for further clarifications or questions. One of our experts can schedule the call with your team and explain the services.

Please contact us for your cloud migration and consulting services @ 713-589-6496 or Contact us.