Moving to the cloud
is so hot these days. As technologies have matured to ease migration problems, the rush to the cloud has entered a new chapter, opened by the COVID-19 crisis.
If you are still not sure whether to embrace the cloud, you were already behind 90%
of companies worldwide even before the pandemic. The limitations placed by the crisis on in-person interactions have only accelerated cloud plans.
Every enterprise has its own reason to get rid of on-premises hardware, from cost savings, scalability, better performance, or security to enhanced social distancing, a new priority on the list.
It is no longer a question of why companies are moving to the cloud. Rather, it is a question of how to deal with cloud migration challenges and make your project a success.
The sad truth is, one-third of cloud deployments fail. Sometimes utterly. Like it was with UK-based bank TSB
Make sure you don’t repeat the mistakes.
We’ve compiled tips and insights drawn from our extensive cloud deployment expertise and global best practices on how to avoid common cloud migration challenges. Dive in.