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Key Considerations of Cloud Migration
With cloud’s flexibility, scalability and improved productivity, it’s no wonder the implementation of cloud migration is scaling up. But, data migration to the cloud is not an easy process; it involves a lot of complexities. There are some key factors that every organization should consider before entering the cloud arena. Firstly, specialists in cloud should be employed to consult important decisions, ensuring optimum performance, availability, security, and management in the cloud. Every organization should have a certain outline covering all the required features and security aspects of the cloud. Additionally, it’s mandatory to have a thorough understanding of the cloud—public, private, hybrid or multi-cloud—to avail the required cloud environment.
Organizations always can have their choice of cloud offerings ranging from enterprise level to general purpose. The enterprise-class cloud provider is highly effective, providing organizations with automation tools and operation templates enhancing speed and accuracy in critical tasks. Furthermore, enterprise-class cloud provider reduces human intervention promoting cost efficiency. But in order to relish the complete package of cloud benefits, every organization should move their entire data to the cloud. Only when the entire database is migrated, the applications related to it can interact effectively.
Like any other technology, the cloud has its own hacks and hikes. When it comes to critical applications, organizations are vigilant in terms of security, compliance, performance, and user access. Hence some organizations don’t employ cloud in mission-critical workloads.