For most of us, moving to a new home is a stressful and costly process that is bound to include at least a few disasters. Though tears may be shed over Aunt Sophie’s shattered wedding gift or new scratches on your Apple TV, long-term consequences are minimal.
Businesses migrating their workloads to the cloud are not as lucky. A botched migration, data loss, and extended downtime can mean serious financial losses and a damaged reputation.
That’s why businesses must seriously consider the pros and cons of different migration methods currently available in the industry before making the big move.
In our eBook “5 Approaches for Migrating Workloads to the Cloud,” we examine five methods for moving workloads to the cloud: Re-Installation and Re-Architecture; Cloud Orchestration; Emulation; Lift and Shift; and Live Migration.
Based on data that we collected from IT professionals and interviews with migration experts, we outline the advantages and disadvantages of each migration approach, and explain which approach is best for different types and sizes of workloads.
Here’s a sneak peek at a table from the eBook. It compares different cloud migration approaches based on criteria deemed most important to the organizations that we surveyed.
To learn more about five different migration methods, and to figure out which approach is best for your company’s needs, download this free eBook: 5 Approaches for Migrating Workloads to the Cloud.