More companies are migrating in the public cloud – not all of them successfully. The secret to a successful cloud migration is to ensure that your reasons for migrating are valid. Consider your company’s growth, scale, current pain points and level of executive support for the cloud.
Migrating to the cloud could help you deliver more effectively on your business goals, enabling new value propositions and revenue models through products and services that attract new customers or open up new market segments. Explore these cloud-enabled opportunities and prioritize your strategic objectives before building your strategy.
Partner with us for guidance and support in your cloud migration. We can help you assess your cloud readiness, build your capabilities and guide the execution of a successful cloud strategy.
We begin with a deep dive into your organization’s readiness for cloud migration.
We equip you to deliver the technical and business requirements for a successful migration.
Deploy and optimize
Finally we guide you on the deployment of your cloud migration strategy.
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Understanding cloud migration
Cloud-powered transformation is helping the savviest companies to cut costs and business risks, improve operational efficiencies, advance agility and innovation and ultimately make the lives of employees and customers better with new products and services.
But you cannot simply switch on the cloud and wait for great things to happen: You need to prepare properly to ensure a successful migration. That means ensuring you have robust structures in place in terms of people, processes, platforms, operations and security.
And even as you migrate to the cloud, you should be aware that specific workloads are more suitable for on-premises deployment. For example, the cloud is not a good platform for substantial transactional loads with low latency requirements.
As you set out the strategic objectives of your cloud migration, ensure they correspond with your chosen cloud provider’s capabilities. All of the main providers offer resources to help you migrate, but make sure they offer the security, disaster recovery and business continuity capabilities or SLAs you will need.
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