PatriotCloud Migration Strategies

Patriot IT employs a well-thought-out set of cloud migration strategies to manage risks and maximize efficiencies -- consideration is given to the complex combination of management and technology challenges, as well as staff and resource selection. 

There are choices for every type of migration to perform as well as the type of data, that should move. It's important to consider the following cloud migration steps before taking action.

Applications. First, identify the application. Every company has a different reason to move a workload to the cloud, and goals for each organization will vary. Our firm assists in determining how much data needs to be moved, how quickly the work needs to be done, and how to migrate that data. The process is initiated by inventorying data and applications to assess dependencies and consideration of the optimum migration options.

Note: Not every business application should leave the enterprise data center. Among those that should stay are applications that are less critical, have high throughput, require low latency, or are applications that have strict geographic stewardship requirements, such as GDPR which may be because of concern.

Cost Considerations:  We offer the best cost to our clients. An organization may have made a significant investment in hardware infrastructure and software licensing. If that investment is considerable, it is worth weighing whether or not it's worth to it migrate the workload.

Cloud Migration Types: It is important to be up-to-date as per the speed of the market, innovation, and much more. Migration takes some time and is hard, finding the best migration type is the right way to move data and applications to the cloud. The efforts and hard work pay off.

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The public cloud allows public users to access resources through the internet or dedicated connections. Whereas a private cloud keeps data within the data center and uses a proprietary architecture. The hybrid cloud model mixes public and private cloud models and transfers data between the two. Finally, in a multi-cloud scenario, a business uses IaaS options from more than one public cloud provider.

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