Migrating Workloads to Public Cloud
A recent JP Morgan survey of more than 200 CIOs of large enterprises found that 16.2% of workloads are currently running in the public cloud, and in five years 41.3% of workloads will run in a public cloud. As AWS becomes a $14B business and Azure’s market share continues to grow, enterprises are clearly leveraging the public cloud more and more each year.
However, even though self-provisioning of new workloads on AWS or Azure is simple, migration of a running service to the cloud requires more planning. It’s a common perception that migrating existing workloads to the public cloud—especially those with a lot of data—must be complex, time consuming and risky. But enterprise IT organizations are rapidly establishing good migration practices, and migration technology is evolving quickly to support them.
This popular white paper provides essential tips (plus a detailed checklist) to help guide IT organizations through the five key parts of the migration process: Discovery, Planning, Testing, Migration, and Ongoing Operations.
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