While the shift to cloud consumption is well-established across IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS services models, there are lessons to be learned from their explosive growth over the past decade. While benefits of faster time-to-market, on-demand capacity, scalability, and the ability to lower costs have been realized, challenges and obstacles have been noted when migrating from legacy footprints to cloud platforms from which we can all learn.
- The fact is that cloud strategies often start from ad-hoc adoption of applications in SaaS models, or DevOps disciplines needing a shorter time to develop applications through cloud services and agile development methodologies, or the “simple” holistic data-center migration strategy to mitigate capital expenses. Who is defining and executing your cloud migration strategy?
With over 200+ cloud migrations of ERP applications, database platforms, and middleware platforms requiring extensive integration, Data Intensity has been advising and executing cloud migrations for customers for over two decades.
The rise in expectations in cost advantages, elastic scalability, and now, portability of workloads across platforms has put an exponentially higher demand on organizational aspirations to shift to these new services models. The Data Intensity difference is that we have been leading cloud transitions with investments in people, process, and tools to smooth the path for our customers and continue to lead these initiatives with proven methodologies, precise architectural design services, and independence on technology choices.
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