With cloud migration, you execute your migration plan. Workloads and data are migrated and the new cloud environment is optimized for your applications. With the “lift and shift” approach, you move applications or workloads without redesigning the application or operations.
Overall, migration may be due to the following reasons:
Moving your data center to the cloud
Migration of infrastructures such as compute, storage, network
Opex instead of Capex: procuring Infrastructure as a Service
Optimize operation and prevent downtime
After the cloud readiness assessment and cloud migration planning, the migration is on the agenda. This involves moving your workloads and applications with the right approach. First of all, the data to be migrated must be evaluated and only the relevant data transferred to the new IT infrastructure. This is followed by optimization and testing.
Re-host: Move applications or data from an on-premises environment to the cloud without making changes to the design or architecture.
Re-factor: Adapting existing applications or data to optimize them for the cloud environment, e.g., by using cloud-specific services or APIs.
Re-architect: Redesigning the architecture of the applications or data to make them more suitable for the cloud environment, e.g., using microservices or serverless capabilities.
Re-build: New construction of applications or data from scratch for the cloud environment.
Re-place: Replacing existing applications or data with comparable cloud-based solutions. In addition to public cloud-based applications, there is also xaaS from CANCOM.
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Fully exploit the potential of your IT
Increase agility, flexibility & performance by automatically scaling resources based on utilization levels
Increase productivity by having many operational issues outsourced
You will benefit from the migration in the long term, especially if you monitor your cloud services: With Cloud Governance, you establish a system with which you can fully exploit the advantages of the cloud and minimise risks. By implementing cloud governance, you can increase the security of your data, reduce costs and ensure that it complies with legal requirements.
Cloud Governance contains:
Administration of risks
Control of costs
Meeting Compliance requirements
Optimization of cloud performance
In addition, the security of your cloud services after migration is essential. With Cloud Security, you establish a security system that protects your data and applications through encryption, firewalls, access controls and monitoring. Among other things, your cloud services are regularly scanned for security vulnerabilities to ensure that the cloud services are always up to date with the latest security and comply with your cloud security concept.
Cloud Security contains:
Use of firewalls to block unwanted access
Monitoring to quickly detect security problems
Security Operations Centre as a cockpit for danger prevention
Use tools and technologies to automate the provisioning, management and optimisation of resources with Cloud Automation. This will make your processes more efficient, reduce error-proneness and increase the speed of deployments.
Cloud Automation contains:
Automatically provision cloud resources
Automation of scaling & deployment
Workflow automation and monitoring
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