OneCloud Management Framework™

It’s our proprietary cloud-oriented framework that allows us to tackle even the hardest of challenges and deliver high quality results.

Purpose of OMF™

The intention of implementing the OneCloud Management Framework processes is to allow the IT activities in your company to follow a firm operational process structure to make the decision as to which services to take to the cloud and when, the best provider for your company, alignment of its operational resources to new responsibilities in IT, transition of services to the cloud and its processes, and continuous operations and optimization of services in the cloud.

Our process

How does it work?

Step 1

Governance Playbook

You no longer need to skydive on to the cloud. This stage provides customers with the decision making framework based on services comparison, cost, staff readiness and business needs. The following major activities allow you to align cloud services to your business and get the cloud on your own terms:

  • Business Service Selection
  • Cloud Criteria
  • Resources and Staffing Impact Model
  • Cloud Provider Discovery
  • Cloud Provider Selection

Step 2

Application Modernization

Its goal is to leverage the cloud to its full potential making sure that your core business services and applications are cloud ready. It establishes all the necessary processes, activities and roles to deliver the migration of legacy applications to the cloud. The following activities are part of the Application Modernization stage:

  • Business Architecture Review
  • Admin and Users Interviews
  • Code Review
  • Development

Step 3


Once ready to take on the cloud journey and a decision has been made to move a service to the cloud, it is time to begin the planning for either the implementation of a new cloud solution or the transition of existing on premises services to the cloud. The transition planning includes:

  • User Training
  • Communication
  • Amin Readiness
  • Cloud Provider Integration
  • Resources Uplift
  • Pilot
  • Legacy Application
  • Helpdesk Readiness

Step 4


In the cloud world, IT Operations gets elevated to a more business focused set of principles versus the traditional focus on change and incident management. Long gone are the days of having to focus on monitoring, logging, deploying, and managing systems. Operations in a cloud world focuses its attention on service levels, usage, and capacity.

What used to be thought of as business alignment activities (i.e. Service Level Management, Financial management, Capacity Management, etc.) now become IT Operations tasks. It’s through these activities that IT ensures that the cloud services that have been purchased meet the business needs, perform satisfactorily and remain cost effective. The Following are the Major Activities in the Operations Life-Cycle Stage:

  • Service Level Management
  • Financial Management
  • Capacity Management
  • Consumption Management

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