Migration Common Drivers of Moving Data to the Cloud
Many organizations move their infrastructure to the cloud, whether they are the early adopters where they can’t quite fathom with the changes, or organizations that have already matured and enjoy the benefits of moving to cloud.
What drives a business to the cloud?
Businesses are having to adopt digital transformation if they want to stay afloat and important business drivers for cloud computing include being able to compete with rival companies in terms of performance and speed. However, these are not the only business drivers for cloud computing.
1. Cost Effectiveness
2. Workforce Productivity
3. Business Agility
4. Operational Resilience
5. Access to Innovative Services
Pain points of Data Migration
Before you jump to the conclusion of migrating your current data infrastructure to Cloud, you should prepare yourself for all the pain points of data migration.
While every cloud adoption journey is unique, all require a data migration step, which can be hindered by blockers such as:
5. Cloud Compatibility
Migration Deliverables and Milestones :
In the Assess phase, we can help assess your on-premises or co-location resources and build a right-sized and optimized cost projection for running workloads in the cloud. AWS offers services and tools that can help with assessment.
In the Mobilize phase, we will help address gaps in your organization’s readiness that were uncovered during assessment, with a focus on building your baseline environment (the “landing zone”), driving operational readiness, and developing cloud skills.
During the Migrate & Modernize phase, each of your workloads will be designed, migrated, and validated.