3 out of 5.0, Reviewed May 12, 2016
We still are in transition so we are struggling at times since we are in the 'moving process'.
Check the trade rags and speak to non-recommended customers.
cost - until the invoices arrived.
We have had at least 3 major outages so far this year.
Provide services for free for the first 6 months while transitioning to their cloud.
Negotiate missed processes and services up front. Ask more questions. Bring in an outside consultant to review SOW/T&Cs, costs.
Too many major outages this year.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Apr 21, 2016
Strong financial position and track record of results.
define cloud strategy first.
duration it takes to complete contract.
flexibility in legal terms.
better requirements, define migration strategy.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 8, 2015
Vendor support was great
Trust the vendor. They have the experience.
Robust and cost effective.
Start planning sooner.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 7, 2015
CLC works well for our development/test use cases.
Spend time evaluating full requirements to make sure they can deliver.
Very user friendly and easy to manage. Provisioning is fairly reliable with cost tracking by business unit.
Functionality is basic compared to the big three public cloud service providers.
Evaluate CMP solutions in conjunction with public cloud implementation. Integration has been a challenge.
1 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 2, 2015
Savvis/Centurylink customer service is horrible. Have to wait for days and weeks just to get quotes for service. Actual provisioning takes several weeks.
Do your homework.
Disciplined approach to Infrastructure engineering and good security.
Self-service portal not very user friendly.
Deliver services as promised.
We would not opt for a managed services but just a hosting service.
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