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Google Cloud Platform offers over 150 cutting-edge products from data centers globally built on a platform designed for developers. Cascadeo’s engineers build client GCP computing systems for speed, agility, and connection, and manage those deployments via our expert global support staff.


We ensure our clients are fully prepared for a successful cloud migration and deployment with a thorough, strategic, goal-driven assessment of current computing functions and a vivid imagination of what’s possible, what’s desirable, and what’s critical in their IT future. Pre-service assessments include some or all of the following, based on client needs:

Cloud Migration and Deployment

Some clients are ready to take their entire IT infrastructure and daily operations cloud-native and pursue a digital transformation to prime their business for innovation in the future. Others want to take advantage of the cloud for some operations and remain on-site in a hybrid cloud formulation for others. Whatever your needs, Cascadeo’s global staff can guide you into the cloud with your specific computing needs at the forefront of the process, from initial migration and development stages through full deployment. 

  • GCP Deployment
  • Organizational Unit Structure Deployment
  • Cloud Console Design
  • Server Utilization

Managed Services

Cascadeo’s managed services are among the best in the industry, led by our global expert staff and supported by Cascadeo AI, our comprehensive cloud and system monitoring and support platform. We provide around-the-clock live response support to keep you resilient, stable, and free to pursue your organization’s goals without worry about the systems that enable your work. Managed services typically include: 

  • Monitoring and Incident Response Services
  • Escalated Support and Incident Response Services
  • Scheduled Operational Tasks Services
  • Per Request Operational Tasks Services
  • Disaster Recovery and Backup Support

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