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Tackling Cloud Transition Challenges
Cloud is a dominant factor in every organization’s digital transformation strategy. Many companies jump into implementing cloud technology to reap manifold benefits. However, it requires a careful evaluation of the organization’s business objectives first and also find out the best way to fit the technology within the business periphery to embark on a successful cloud transition.
Many companies do not understand that cloud is not a one-time operation. Enterprises, trying to deploy cloud technology on their own, face a lot of pitfalls during the initial stage and also end up spending more money than required especially when services are provided using the public cloud. More importantly, they cannot manage to obtain the results that they want. Only if companies have a good internal IT team that can architect the cloud technology well, maintain and then optimize the same can they achieve their cloud-related goals. Most often managed service providers prove to be the best bet to attain the desired ROI.
Furthermore, with multi clouds in the fray, the right decision has to be based on the application being used. And each cloud, AWS, Google, or Azure has its own set of advantages and disadvantages and requires experts in this particular arena to optimally get the best out of the investment decisions.